- The Tottenham star has hit out at the Premier League's plans of resuming action.
- Rampant testing ahead of training revealed six positive cases among players and staff.
- "I could be potentially risking my health for people's entertainment," he said.
Tottenham Hotspur star Danny Rose is not happy with the Premier League's plans of resuming action in June.
Speaking on the Lockdown Tactics podcast, he said: "I'm dying to get back to football but just with the things that are happening right now, people are going through this coronavirus pandemic a lot worse than me, I don't want to be complaining about everything.
"Just off the fact that people are suggesting we should go back to football, like we're guinea pigs or lab rats. We're going to experiment this phase and see if it works or not.
"I can just imagine people at home saying, 'Well they earn that amount of money so they should be going back'.
"For stuff like that I think is it worth the hassle? I could be potentially risking my health for people's entertainment and that's not something I want to be involved in if I'm honest."
The decision to resume action has also been criticized by the likes of Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero and Tammy Abraham.
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