Tottenham defender Danny Rose is closing in on a move to Paris Saint-Germain, according to the Mirror.
Rose has been linked with a move away from Spurs ever since giving a controversial interview last August in which he criticised the club’s wage structure and ambition in the transfer market.
Injuries and dips in form saw him lose his place in the Tottenham line-up to Ben Davies last season, and the left-back was subsequently linked with moves to Manchester United and Everton.
Rose failed to secure a move to another English club before the Premier League’s transfer window closed on August 9th, meaning his only hope of leaving this summer is to join a foreign club by the end of the month.
PSG has been mooted as a potential destination, and the Mirror is now claiming Spurs are open to either selling or loaning Rose to the French champions.
However, PSG are yet to discover if they will face punishment from UEFA over a breach of Financial Fair Play regulations, meaning they are unlikely to make a move for Rose until they know the outcome.
If Tottenham do let Rose go, Kyle Walker-Peters is likely to fill in at left-back whenever Davies is unavailable, at least for the rest of the current season.