- Defender Danny Rose has been fined by his club Tottenham
- They club's chiefs are not happy with his recent attack on them
- He will not be paid for the next two weeks and he could also be sold
Premier League campaigners Tottenham have angrily fined star defender Danny Rose two weeks' wages following his recent outburst about the club.
The Englishman who is on £65,000-a-week deal at White Hart Lane hit out at the club that he was under paid and also said Spurs should be signing big players.
Rose wants the club who were runners-up last season to bring players no one would have to go on google to know some facts about them.
He also claimed he would love to leave the club for a move to Manchester United.
But his assertion did not go down well with Spurs' chiefs forcing them to fine him and they could also sell him before the close of the transfer window.
“As with everyone else in my team, in my opinion, I am worth more than I am getting and I also want the club to be signing players with high profile.
“In any walk of life, if you think you are worth a certain amount, why settle for less? I am not that person,'' Rose was quoted to have said.
Meanwhile, Danny Rose on his part has has issued an apology to Tottenham for the "ill-judged" timing and manner of his recent comments about the club.
"My words were not meant to offend," said Rose in a statement released by his management company.
He added: "For that I would like to apologise to the chairman, manager, my team-mates and the fans."
Rose has been at Tottenham for over a decade after joining from Leeds United in July 2007.
He has made 144 appearances for the club after becoming a first-team regular in 2013.
Tottenham, who travel to Newcastle for their Premier League opener on Sunday, have not signed any players this summer.
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