Danny Rose has vouched for his manager Mauricio Pochettino by stating that the Tottenham board listen to him as the summer transfer window approaches.
The Argentine has garnered well-deserved plaudits for Tottenham’s incredible Champions League run under the circumstances he has had to work in.
The Spurs have not signed a single player for almost 18 months now and have withstood the departure of Moussa Dembele and Georges-Kevin N’Koudou.
Pochettino also oversaw his side’s transition from White Hart Lane to Wembley to White Hart Lane again securing two Champions League qualifications in that time.
However, in recent weeks the Argentine has suggested that he may quit Tottenham even if they clinch the Champions League if the Spurs hierarchy fail to match his ambitions for the upcoming season.
Tottenham boss Daniel Levy has taken the threat seriously as Spurs have been linked to several stars like Andre Gomes, Ryan Sessenong and Wilfred Zaha in the recent weeks which according to Danny Rose is the right way to go.
“They [the board] must listen to the manager. He said recently that he needs to know what the next chapter of the club is. I fully agree with everything he says,” Rose told Talksport.
“Not many people could operate in the circumstances that he’s done. We had no stadium, we’ve not signed anybody.
“Not many managers would have been able to do what Mauricio has done, in terms of securing Champions League football four years in a row and finishing second, third and fifth.
“We definitely have to listen to what he thinks and what he wants and hopefully we can give him that.”