It’s thought that Tottenham’s Danny Rose could be on his way to Aston Villa on a season long loan for 2012-13. The versatile left sided player was unhappy at a lack of squad rotation at Spurs during the last campaign and it’s felt that his opportunities at White Hart Lane will be limited for now.

Danny hasn’t been involved with Spurs’ pre-season programme as he has been away with Team GB at London 2012 but while it seems that there are no immediate plans to include him in the first team squad, the club are reluctant to let him go on a permanent deal.

Villa are said to lead the queue in regards to a loan spell and Rose could therefore follow the route taken by Kyle Walker in 2010-11. Kyle also spent some time at Villa Park before cementing his place as Tottenham’s first choice right back so could Danny do the same on the other side of Tottenham’s defence?



  1. For his sake i hope so but I was not happy with his defensive attributes(or lack of) last season and yes, I do know that he is a LW but he hasn’t a chance of displacing either Bale or Townshend, so LB it is and he must adapt, improve or move. He also seems to have a big head, having already made noises about not playing regularly so I think that he could leave but I hope that he just buckles up and improves.

  2. And if we turn him into a superstar, he’ll back to Spurs with no option to buy, and we’ll have done you another big favour. Loans are rubbish and shouldn’t be done between Premier League teams, send young players to the Championship. Maybe there should be loans for fringe players with a view to purchase at a set price, un-negotiable by the parent club, just in case he turns out to be quite decent and they want to up the price or keep him, so it would be tough luck for his employers that they didn’t recognize his talent and wanted to flogg him off. But that’s not going to happen is it?

  3. You could always place master ROSE in a vase and put him in your trophy cabinet,as I hear it needs freshening up. Ha ha just a little joke between rivals COYIrons!

  4. No thank you. We developed Walker for you and turned him into an England player, something market trader Redknapp couldn’t do! Keep him and develop him yourselves if you are capeable of doing that

    • Don’t believe ya did anything to improve Walkers’ ability or progress except give him games, without him you may have been playing in the Championship so count yourselves lucky that we consider you worthy of a loan of our players !!


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