Newcastle vs Spurs: Five Key Questions Ahead Of Kick-Off

Newcastle vs Spurs: Five Key Questions Ahead Of Kick-Off

Newcastle vs Spurs: Five Key Questions Ahead Of Kick-Off

"I am not saying buy 10 players, I'd love to see two or three - and not players you have to Google and say, 'Who's that?' I mean well-known players", Rose added.

The same can be said for Danny Rose, who revealed in an interview with The Sun that he'd be open to leaving Spurs if the right offer came in to attract a salary he perceives reflects his ability.

Tottenham have seen their lack of transfer activity questioned from inside their own camp of late, with England worldwide Danny Rose admitting that he expected more from the club.

But while that may appease the White Hart Lane faithful, Rose says he is jealous to see Manchester City and Chelsea's heavy spending this summer.

"That is not a joke".

Building his team around England stars Harry Kane and Dele Alli and, with Christian Eriksen, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen and Son Heung-Min all influential in their own right, Pochettino has assembled a group capable of beating any side in the country on their day.

The England global Rose revealed on Thursday that the North London club need to pay their players higher wages as well as sign more well-known players if they wish to improve.

Despite Mauricio Pochettino's men looking the real deal in the last two seasons, there have been times where his side look to have been distracted by the occasion of certain fixtures.

"I acknowledge that the timing and manner of what I said was ill-judged", said Rose, who is recovering from knee surgery.

"But the problem with that was that straight away it was the penalty against Michael Owen [in the 2002 World Cup]".

Ahead of Sunday's match, I take a look at five key Spurs questions which need to be addressed in the build up to kick-off.

Danny Rose yesterday issued a public apology after Tottenham Hotspur told the England global that he would not be sold this month. I need Jesus to work a little.

"Our idea was, the same as before, to try to provide the team with more strength and try to sign a few players before the end of the transfer window".

Mauricio Pochettino has told talkSPORT Tottenham are facing a challenge "similar to winning a title" in making Wembley their home this season. Josh Onomah, another of the Spurs production line who was on the fringes of the first-team last season has joined Aston Villa on loan. If I feel that why can I be nervous?

"I don't think he could be negative around the team, because I would say it would only bring the team down".

Spurs did finally finish above north London rivals Arsenal last term, however, Champions League qualification may not be enough to keep their best players.

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