Newcastle United have agreed a deal with Tottenham to extend Danny Rose’s loan until the end of the season, according to the Athletic.
Rose joined Newcastle in the January transfer window after failing to secure game time under Jose Mourinho, who replaced Mauricio Pochettino as Spurs boss last November.
The 29-year-old made six appearances for the Magpies before English football was suspended because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which has left on-loan players and those coming to the end of contracts in a state of uncertainty.
Excl: Danny Rose signs loan extension to remain at Newcastle until season ends. Finalised earlier this week – will play for #NUFC then return to Tottenham & sort #THFC future. This by @domfifield explains contract dilemmas many players face: https://t.co/IPEWgxEdUC @TheAthleticUK
— David Ornstein (@David_Ornstein) June 12, 2020
But according to the Athletic’s very reliable David Ornstein, a deal to extend Rose’s loan at St. James’ Park was finalised earlier this week, meaning the left-back will remain in the north east for the remainder of the Premier League campaign.
Tottenham fans will likely be wondering if Rose has played his last game for the Londoners. If certainly appears the former Pochettino favourite is not in Mourinho’s plans, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him leave permanently when his loan spell ends.