Tottenham Hotspur will listen to offers for Kieran Trippier and Danny Rose this summer, according to the Guardian.

The duo finished last season as Mauricio Pochettino’s first-choice full-backs, both starting in the Champions League final defeat to Liverpool.

But buried at the bottom of a story about Spurs’ record deal for Tanguy Ndombele, the Guardian claims Spurs are open to bids for Trippier and Rose.

Trippier has been linked with Juventus and Napoli in recent weeks following a disappointing campaign for Tottenham.

The right-back lost his place in Gareth Southgate’s England squad before the UEFA Nations League finals and may have to leave to win his international spot back.

Rose’s future has been uncertain for some time and recent reports suggested Spurs will target Everton star Lucas Digne if Rose departs.

It looks like Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is finally overseeing an overhaul that has been needed for the last couple of years.

Ndombele will refresh the midfield while Jack Clarke, who has returned to Leeds United on loan, is one for the future.

Full-back has been a problem area of late and it will be interesting to see who comes in if Rose and Trippier are sold this summer.

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  1. Trippier I can understand but Rose? Rose has returned to form and when hes on form, theres very few better. With the high probability that we lose Toby and Eriksen this summer, changing Rose out, in terms of team stability, is an unnecessary case of too much too soon, unless Rose himself is pushing for a move away. Sessegnon may have a future but is far from being the present. Rose is sound defensively and in attack, and his pace and energy are top, if we are to try to kick on next season, we need someone that can turn it on next season directly, Sessegnon can’t.

    Not only is Rose homegrown but this would be a huge mistake for a hundred other reasons.

  2. Danny Rose has far too much to say to the press at times for my liking however, he’s a fine player when fully fit and it would be unwise of Spurs to let him go having that, I can’t see Pochettino sanctioning the sale of Rose and can only surmise that it’s all newspaper bull.

  3. Danny Rose is still top class. We need a decent right back to complement. The same way that Arnold and Robertson is doing at LFC. Spurs had it with Walker and Rose, but Aurier never replaced Walker. #KeepRose. Coys.


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