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Danny Rose set for Tottenham transfer exit and favours move abroad after being frozen out of Mourinho’s plans

DANNY ROSE is on his way out of Tottenham after being frozen out of Jose Mourinho’s plans.

The England left-back, 30, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Newcastle, has been training away from the first team although he is coming back from a minor injury.

Rose, who has only a year left on his £65,000-a-week contract, is likely to leave for a modest fee and favours a move abroad.

He is featured on Spurs’ new fly-on-the-wall Amazon documentary having a heated chat with Mourinho back in January over his lack of game time.

And in fact he was sent to the Toon after he branded team-mates “s***” and accused Mourinho of picking his favourites.

Rose’s days at Tottenham were numbered when he was axed again for a 0-0 draw at Watford on January 18.


He confronted Mourinho the following morning at the club’s Enfield training HQ.

Rose asked the ex-Chelsea boss “what the problem is?” and complained he was being unfairly treated – which Mourinho denied.

The defender later said: “If I have a problem or am not happy about something, I have to be able to have an honest debate or conversation with somebody.

“He is a very straight talker, as am I.”

And he admitted: “I can be a bit of a handful. There have been times I’ve said a few things in anger when we’ve lost.

“But it’s just how I’m programmed. I want to win.”

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