Danny Rose is set for “decisive talks” with Tottenham over his future this week, according to The Independent.
The left-back was heavily criticised earlier this month following an interview with The Sun newspaper in which he questioned the club’s transfer policy and claimed he could be earning more elsewhere.
Rose apologised for his comments and Pochettino has suggested the situation is water under the bridge as far as he is concerned.
Earlier this week, reports alleged Rose and Pochettino had smoothed things over during a long chat at Spurs’ training ground.
But reliable Independent journalist Jack Pitt-Brooke claims Rose’s representatives are to hold talks with the club on Wednesday, during which Tottenham will make their intentions clear.
Pitt-Brooke’s report suggests Chelsea and Manchester United are interested in signing the 27-year-old, and an exit before the transfer deadline isn’t impossible.
Spurs are believed to value Rose at around £50m, the same fee Kyle Walker left for.
Rose is currently sidelined with a knee injury, and it remains to be seen whether he will walk straight back into the team when he returns if not sold — my guess is he won’t.