Tottenham have potentially dropped a major hint that Danny Rose will no longer be at the club in the new year after excluding him from the club’s 2018 calendar.
The 27-year-old was linked with a move away from Spurs all summer, while he also upset the club’s hierachy by suggesting that he deserved to be paid more and could look to continue his career elsewhere as a result.
He apologized for the comments straight after but does his omission from the club’s calendar mean he could be on his way either in January or next summer?
The Lilywhite Rose Twitter account posted images of the official 2018 calendar and Rose was a notable omission from both the front cover and the individual monthly pages.
The front cover showed skipper Hugo Lloris and four key first -team regulars in Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and Mousa Dembele.
The high-profile five also had their own monthly page, as did Eric Dier, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Harry Winks, Kieran Tripper, Victor Wanyama and Son Heung-Min.
Rose’s absence, however, does not necessarily mean it’s the end of the road for him at Tottenham, as Ben Davies, Erik Lamela and Moussa Sissoko, as well as summer arrivals Davinson Sanchez, Serge Aurier, Fernando Llorente and Juan Foyth, were also absent from the publication.
No Danny Rose on the official club calendar. pic.twitter.com/t53WBpOi1y
— Lilywhite Rose (@lilywhite_rose) October 12, 2017
Rose is currently back in first-team training and could make his return to action against north London rivals Arsenal next month.