The England global subsequently issued an apology for his "ill-judged" comments but, according to The Sun, he has now been docked two weeks' wages for the outburst.
So could it be third time lucky?
In comments to the media, Pochettino said that he fully expects Spurs to make signings before the window slams shut at the end of the month, and that those players must be able to push for starting positions with Tottenham's established stars like Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen, and Dele Alli.
However, there are a few clouds on the horizon. Spurs have done next to nothing in the summer transfer market.
Tom Collomosse of the London Evening Standard (h/t Metro's Mark Brus) reported the Premier League champions and Manchester United will target the England worldwide if he becomes available on the transfer market.
"Sometimes as a player you are frustrated for different reasons". They have won twice in 10 attempts since the national stadium reopened in 2007.
The 27-year-old saw his form cut short by injury last season, appearing 18 times in the Premier League and creating 26 chances-per Squawka.
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.
SPURS have been there or thereabouts in the past two seasons - but can Mauricio Pochettino and his charges handle the twin threats of big spending rivals bolstering their squads, and playing at Wembley, and mount a title challenge? This could mean a serious struggle for Spurs having had an impressive record at former home White Hart Lane.
Left the building: Filip Lesniak - Aalborg, Tom McDermott - released, Joe Muscatt - released, Charlie Owens - QPR, Zenon Stylianides - released, Conor Ogilvie - Gillingham (loan), Luke McGee - Portsmouth, Kyle Walker - Manchester City, Clinton N'Jie - Marseille, Federico Fazio - Roma.
Spurs didn't suffer many long-term injuries last season.
How will Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham line up for the 2017-18 season?