Everton are interested in signing Tottenham defender Danny Rose this summer, according to the Sun.

Rose has been linked with a move away from Spurs ever since he gave a controversial interview last August.

The England left-back criticised the club’s ambition in the transfer market and suggested he was keen to leave Tottenham and earn more money elsewhere.

Sidelined with knee injury at the time, Rose has since returned to fitness but has strugged to redisover his best form, losing his place in the side to Ben Davies.

After being heavily linked with Manchester United and Manchester City in the past, Everton now appear to be frontrunners for the 27-year-old’s signature.

The Sun claims the Toffees will have to pay at least £40 million to take Rose to Goodison Park.

Manchester City are said to be happy with Fabian Delph providing cover for Benjamin Mendy, so they are no longer interested in Rose.

However, I wouldn’t be surprised to see Manchester United reignite their interest, which could prevent Everton from getting their man.

If Spurs are unable to recruit a top quality left-back this summer, Rose might end up staying in north London.



  1. £40m for Danny Rose? There’s got to be a good punchline to a joke like that. I’d rather take a chance on Joe Bryan from Bristol City, who has goals in his repertoire, and is young enough to be mouldeed into a top player.


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