Danny Rose could be on his way out of Tottenham by the end of the month amid interest from a host of Premier League clubs, according to Sky Sports.
Earlier this week, we relayed a report from the Telegraph claiming Newcastle United are considering making an offer for Rose. The defender has 18 months left on his Spurs contract and has voiced his intention to see out his deal regardless of playing time.
But Sky Sports (Transfer Centre, 24/1/2020, 09:32) is now reporting that there is a chance Rose will leave north London before the January deadline. It is believed six Premier League clubs are interested, while Bournemouth, Newcastle and Watford are all said to have made loan enquiries for 29-year-old.
The report goes on to claim that Spurs would prefer to sell Rose or secure a loan with a view to a permanent deal. That’s because the closer he gets to the end of his contract, the less money Tottenham will be able to demand for him.
Rose has lost his place in the first-team under Jose Mourinho and a move may be the only way for him to secure a spot in England’s Euro 2020 squad. With that in mind, he’d be wise to see an exit at this point.