Spurs boss Pochettino: Kane finds my praise boring!

Spurs boss Pochettino: Kane finds my praise boring!

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino says he has forgiven Danny Rose after the left-back criticised the club in a controversial eve-of-season interview.

Shaw did find himself out of favour under Jose Mourinho last season where he was coming back after receiving a horrific leg break in September 2015 and seemed to have been exiled from the team after a poor spell of form, which was understandable given that he was out for a year.

Danny Rose's controversial interview with The Sun newspaper, where the England worldwide questioned some of the club's policies left a lot of fans fearing the worst, with regards to the left-back's immediate future.

Spurs begin its top-flight campaign against Newcastle United on Sunday.

Lots of people are claiming it is fantastic business by Tottenham to receive huge funds and just bring through youth players.

With Rose now injured, the Tottenham number 33 has a good chance to start the season well and build confidence, which would force his rival to kick his heels on the bench even when he is fit.

Christian Eriksen was involved in the build up sequence to 253 open play shots last season in the Premier League; more than any other player in the competition. It would lift me seeing a top player come through the door.

Famously, Harry Kane has never scored a Premier League goal in August.

Asked about the move to the national stadium, Pochettino said: 'It's a big challenge for us.

Manchester City have spent over £200m on global superstars, whilst Chelsea, Manchester United and even north London rivals Arsenal have also spent big to attract new blood. After the sale of Kyle Walker and Kieran Tripper threatened to highlight the paucity of his options, Pochettino reached into his bag of tricks and pulled out 20-year-old World Cup victor Kyle Walker-Peters, who was named Man of the Match for his mature, assured display at right-back.

The Daily Telegraph's chief sports writer Paul Hayward agreed, admitting that Spurs do not compete with the top clubs in the Premier League when it comes to wages.

Rafa Benitez's side are playing their first game back in the Premier League. That's a staggering statistic for a player of his quality, but there's reason to believe he'll have some luck at the 11th attempt: he has scored 20 goals in his last 15 games against newly-promoted sides and comes into the new season on the back of a proper rest.

The Sun is reporting that the Blues could make an offer for the 27-year-old full-back before the close of the transfer window at the end of the month.