Tottenham Hotspur could attempt to sign Everton defender Lucas Digne if Danny Rose leaves the club this summer, according to the Times.

Rose has been linked with an exit on several occasions over the last couple of years, although the England international worked his way back into Mauricio Pochettino’s good books last season.

But despite the fact he started in the Champions League final last month, there is still talk Rose could be moved on before the current transfer window closes.

And according to the Times, Everton left-back Lucas Digne has been identified as a potential replacement.

Digne had an excellent debut season at Goodison Park last term following his arrival from Barcelona, scoring four goals and providing four assists in 35 Premier League appearances.

His performances mean Everton will probably be able to command a relatively large fee if Spurs are genuinely interested.

And with the Londoners already reportedly splashing the cash on Jack Clarke and Tanguy Ndombele, there may not be enough money left to sign Digne.

Ultimately, Rose might end up staying put as left-back isn’t a priority unless he leaves.

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