Jose Mourinho has denied having any bust-up with Danny Rose on the training ground.
The report said that Danny Rose questioned his manager’s decision to replace him with Japhet Tanganga. Mourinho, who considered the left-back to be unfit following his injury, advised him that it was in his best interest not to play.
After the 0-0 draw, Rose reached back to his boss criticizing him for not allowing him to play. As a result, both of them exchanged words which quickly escalated into a big showdown.
Speaking to the reporters ahead of Spurs’ upcoming match against Norwich, however, Mourinho has denied having any quarrel with Danny Rose.
“No. Between me and Danny, no. I don’t know what you mean by tension in the air, I don’t have a problem with him.” Mourinho said as per Daily Mail.
“I got a call from my medical staff saying that Danny was calling them with a problem in his back and he wouldn’t train the next day.”
“Friday it was a bit of a surprise to see him training, but even so I decided to play with (Japhet) Tanganga and have Ryan (Sessegnon) on the bench. That is the situation.”