Tottenham, who finished runners-up in the league to Chelsea last season, open their account on Sunday at newly promoted Newcastle United. He made Manchester City officials crawl through broken glass before they were able to secure Walker's signature.
But it is understood Rose was applauded by colleagues at the training ground with others threatening to speak out over concerns at Tottenham being left behind by their rivals.
"So I think what's happened is definitely that Kyle Walker has told him what he's getting and he's saying 'well I'm 27 now, I'm going to do what a lot of other player do and want a move'".
The bottom line is that Danny Rose will not be heading to Old Trafford this season as his home ground.
"But now they are up there and they have to start doing it, but they are building a new stadium and that costs you money".
"I am not playing as well as I have done not to get paid what I think I am worth". I am not that person.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has termed Premier League clubs' spending big this summer unsustainable and has insisted that they will only do business if they find the right player at the right price.
Manchester United look much more likely. I am not that person.
Rose also iterated that Spurs must buy a few players to solidify their stance as Premier League contenders. This revelation has come unexpectedly. Certainly, he's never shown quite the same stuff for England.
Following his explosive interview in The Sun on Thursday, Danny Rose remains a hot topic on the back of English papers.
"Anyone who says we don't need any signings, I'm not buying into that".
Rose has not asked for a transfer, but the interview is a clear blast across Spurs' bow and confirms his intent to get the deal he wants - which won't be at Tottenham.
At some point Levy will have to get on board with increased personnel expenditures or face the potentially devastating fallback.
"Speaking to some lads when they got back, they're saying: 'City are taking off £200 million and then they are bringing on [Sergio] Aguero, [Yaya] Toure and [Leroy] Sane'".
But that leaves us with the one resounding question.
Tottenham are yet to make a new signing in this transfer window. Regular left-back Luke Shaw spent most of the last season injured and even missed pre-season, which will see him miss their opening game of the season against West Ham United.
Murphy, however, believes the opposite.