Rose in demand but a deal will have to wait

Tottenham’s left sided player Danny Rose looks as if he may well take up a loan deal this season but it’s been reported today that any such arrangement will have to wait until such time as a new manager is appointed.

Danny commented that he was one of the players who felt unhappy at the lack of squad rotation in the last campaign and he only came in at the end of the season to cover for BAE at left back.

Since the end of that campaign, Stoke and West Brom are just two of the clubs who have been reported as being interested in taking Danny, although there has been the suggestion that Stoke at least might be looking at a permanent deal.

Presumably, any new manager would need to look at his whole squad and maybe they would be more open to squad rotation than the previous boss. There is also the issue of the Europa League which Rose may well be needed for so maybe he’ll be retained in the squad until January at least.

On the other hand, perhaps it is time to loan the player to another Premiership side to see if he has what it takes to make an impact at this level. It happened with Kyle Walker two seasons ago and with Steven Caulker in the last campaign so is this Danny Rose’s best option at this stage in his career?

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3 Responses

  1. pete says:

    Great news about Gareth Bale and a new 4 – year contract at Spurs, and a big V to all the tabloids that know jack sh*t, who tipped him to go to Barcelona!

  2. tengboon says:

    This depends totally on if Vertonghen signs, who can cover LB as well as left-sided CB. If Vert signs, Rose should be loaned out to a PL side, he’s got heaps of potential and deserves, rather NEEDS playing time to progress.

  3. allardyce says:

    Wrong signing, lol, but still totally good.

    Bale now, but Jan’s deal looks in doubt.

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