The North Londoners have already sold Kyle Walker to Manchester City and it will be shocking if they lose Rose as well.
"[The disruption was] more outside than in the club", Pochettino said. Sometimes you understand the frustration.
Asked whether Rose remained in his plans he replied: "Of course". Nothing has changed with my vision or my perception of him.
Rose remains unlikely to feature for Spurs any time soon, but not because of his comments during the tell-all interview. "For me it's not a big issue, it's time to move on". That just speaks volumes to me. Particularly since there's a new stadium to be paid for.
Members of the Old Trafford hierarchy, including Sir Alex Ferguson, also had a strong fancy for Mauricio Pochettino. "I'm not speaking on behalf of other players but I know what I am worth", he said. They are more concentrated of the possibility for Doncaster-born player to come and play for Red Devils. Anyone who thinks I am moving primarily for money, that is not the case.
The 27-year-old does not want his side making purchases he has to look up on the internet.
"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. [He] should have stuck to dealing with it in a professional manner".
The Tottenham manager on his part acknowledged the apology and said that Rose's statement didn't affect his position at the club.
"I can think of several English left backs like [Ryan] Bertrand, [Luke] Shaw, [Aaron] Cresswell and [Kieran] Gibbs at Arsenal". We are working hard with him.
His comments alerted Chelsea and Manchester United to his availability but have been met positively within the Tottenham dressing room.
"We will sign [players], like every season, maybe on the last day".
"We are so competitive and so ambitious".
Rose's remarks have sparked a debate in the game in which many clubs insist their players do not stray into controversy. The full-back hopes to return in September.
Spurs kick off their 2017-18 Premier League campaign against Newcastle on Sunday.
The long-serving defender said the club could still do with a few big name signings before the end of the transfer window.