By 90Min
October 11, 2018

The English FA have confirmed that Tottenham left back Danny Rose has pulled out of the England squad after picking up a groin injury, leaving Spurs fans questioning how many fit players they have left in their depleted squad.

Rose left the field against Cardiff with a groin injury but linked up with his English teammates ahead of their matches against Croatia and Spain, suggesting the 28-year-old had recovered.

However, tweeting from the official English FA page, the association announced that Rose arrived to the squad with a ‘minor’ injury, and now has subsequently been sent home for precautionary measures.

Tottenham's injury crisis is deepening and the club may now rue the summer in which they failed to add a single player to their ranks. Other injury concerns for Mauricio Pochettino's men include Dele Alli, Jan Vertonghen and Christian Eriksen.

Although Ben Davies is a like-for-like replacement for Rose on the left, Spurs fans have been having their say on their congested medical room.

Others feel this could actually work in favour of Spurs, with Rose getting more time to recover and get fully fit before the domestic action resumes on 20 October, when Tottenham take on West Ham.

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