Hull City may be set to lose out to Crystal Palace in the chase for Jake Livermore but having successfully done business with Spurs last summer, it’s claimed that Steve Bruce remains keen follow up further enquiries at White Hart Lane.

The Tigers are in the market for a left back and, like ourselves, have been linked with a move for Chelsea’s Ryan Bertrand but there are also suggestions that Bruce is monitoring the situation with Danny Rose.

The left side of defence has been a problem for Spurs for two seasons now and over the weekend, there were fresh rumours of a move for Luke Shaw after it was suggested that Manchester United had switched their attention from the Southampton youngster to Ajax’s Daley Blind.

As for Danny Rose, this story – which originates from the Daily Mail – claims that Hull have made an enquiry for him and for Chelsea’s Bertrand but have been met with a refusal on each occasions. Danny seems to split opinion among Tottenham fans although a slight majority might want to see him replaced, so are you encouraged by this news?




  1. Great stuff! If we don’t get a replacement, one of those plastic yellow training mannequins will fill in adequately and may in fact offer more defensively!

    • absolutely spot on. The mannequins would have more defensive nous than Rose and even without moving would occasionally be in the right position. Rose NEVER is. And selling him to Hull would improve our squad and at the same time make the squad of another premier league club vastly inferior. A years supply of Pork Pies should be enough to secure his services

  2. I tyhink we need to get in TWO left backs (one as cover) as I dont think Danny is good enough to take us forward.
    Likewise we need quality cover for Kyle Walker at RB.

  3. Get rid of him,BAE and Nowt-On and bring in Blind, Martins Indi for the left side and Janmaat and Alderwerald for the right hand side. The re structure of the defence is paramount.

    • Because he was a cocky liability. Everyone and their dog thought that Rose would step up, thats why it was a good move to loan BAE out. But whilst we were right to ditch BAE, as his performances at QPR proved and by all accounts his antics with his national side at the World Cup, Rose just went on to confirm that he’ll never be of Prem quality.


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