Tottenham Hotspur are still playing at Wembley, with their new stadium still not completed.
Rose has never been frightened to speak his mind in the press, and he once again made headlines yesterday, when he suggested that playing at the national stadium was no longer an honour.
Tottenham had just 33,000 fans at Wembley for their match against Southampton, with supporters starting to vote with their feet.
Spurs had been expected to be all moved into their new ground by now, but a succession of delays means that they are still playing at Wembley.
And Rose is seemingly not happy about the current ground situation at Spurs.
"It's just not nice anymore," Rose said. "I don't feel it's an honour to play at Wembley anymore. We're all itching to get in the new stadium and hopefully it's not too much longer."
The left-back’s comments have drawn a very mixed response from Tottenham fans on social media.
While some Spurs supporters have backed Rose, others feel he has stepped out of line once again.
He's going to miss it when he's playing in the championship in a few years.— MintyBloke (@Mintybloke) December 6, 2018
There he goes again gobbing off - I was at the game and yes the atmosphere wasn't great but why does he feel the need to mention that - any chance he gets he seems to find fault with the club-he should be honoured to play in any park with an official spurs shirt on— tam hanvey (@HanveyTam) December 6, 2018
Idiot!! Tell him he's not playing at Wembley he's playing for TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR— TO DARE IS TO DO (@TTID1882COYS) December 6, 2018
He needs to just get on with it he’s paid enough! should be honoured to play anywhere in a Spurs shirt.— Andy (@AndyBOy80) December 6, 2018
He's absolutely right. It's a disgrace how entitled our 'fans' have become that people who are financially and physically able to get to Wembley would rather sit at home on principle than back the team.— Gavin Ward (@PunkRockCoder) December 6, 2018
Why aren’t more players as honest as Rose! We all know that is what is being thought but none of the rest have the balls to say it. Fair play to Danny IMO.— Anthony Neal (@antneal) December 6, 2018
Tottenham are due to be playing again at the weekend, but this time at the King Power Stadium against Leicester City.