Danny Rose 'DISILLUSIONED with Claudio Ranieri's tactics, play and training ground manor amid Watford exileJanuary 7, 2022
DANNY ROSE is 'disillusioned' with Claudio Ranieri's 'tactics, play and training ground manor' at Watford.
The left-back is unlikely to play for the Hornets again following an alleged falling out with Ranieri.
Rose's fitness was publicly questioned by the Italian, who said: "I think it’s fitness because when he came, he was down on fitness. He has now improved a lot, but needs to improve more."
These comments didn't alienate Rose, and the former Tottenham ace even said in November: "You see what people have said about him (Ranieri) being a gentleman, and that’s spot on.
"He does have an aura about him, but at the same time he knows what he wants and if you don’t deliver that he’ll let you know, individually or in team meetings.”
But according to The Athletic, things have since gone sour – with Rose very unlikely to play for the Hornets again.
Rose has become deeply unhappy at Ranieri's tactics and training methods.
He is also frustrated with the pair's interactions.
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The 29-cap England international has made just nine appearances for Watford since joining in the summer on a two-year contract.
He is now set to leave this month, if the Hornets can find a taker.
Turkish side Trabzonspor were interested in Rose prior to his move to Vicarage Road.
Should Watford fail to shift him, however, it is likely that he won't be named in their 25-man Premier League squad at the end of the month – following the arrival of fellow left-back Hassane Kamara from Nice.
Rose is now behind Adam Masina and Kamara in the pecking order – while right-back Jeremy Ngakia recently filled in ahead of him against Brentford.
Youngster James Morris is also in the frame to play ahead of Rose – whose last appearance came in the 3-1 defeat to Manchester City on December 4..
Watford have lost nine of Ranieri's 11 games in charge at Vicarage Road.
Should he be sacked by the trigger-happy Pozzo family this month, things may change.
Quizzed whether their man has played his last game for Watford, Athletic sources close to Rose said: "It’s possible, but things change, so it’s not 100 per cent."
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