Tottenham defender Danny Rose to undergo knee injury rehabilitation at St George’s Park, reveals manager Mauricio Pochettino
Tottenham defender Mauricio Pochettino has revealed injured Danny Rose has been permitted to undergo his rehabilitation at St George’s Park.
The England left-back, who has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United, is recovering from a knee injury.
Rose suffered the problem after the Boxing Day win over Southampton and hasn’t played since.
The defender missed the start of the season with a serious knee problem sustained midway through last season.
And Pochettino says Rose is completing part of his recovery programme at the national football centre, in Burton.
‘He is doing his rehab in St George’s Park until last week. I hope he can be back in next weeks,’ said Pochettino.
‘The players always need some time to change.’
Meanwhile, the Spurs manager has confirmed midfielder Harry Winks has had an injection to help him recover from an ankle problem.
‘He had an injection on Monday and is still not training. We will see next week if he can start to train again. For tomorrow (against Everton) there is no way.’