Danny Rose will continue to be a part of Tottenham’s first-team squad if the club doesn’t receive any offers for the defender this summer, according to the Telegraph.
Rose is one of two Spurs full-backs who haven’t travelled with the rest of the squad for the pre-season tour of Singapore. Kieran Trippier was also excused ahead of his imminent transfer to Atletico Madrid.
The Telegraph has given more updates on Rose’s situation, suggesting the left-back is set to leave Tottenham if the club receives a suitable offer.
It is believed Manchester United and Manchester City are no longer interested, while Everton – another club linked with Rose in the past – are happy with Lucas Digne as their left-back.
As a result, there is a chance Spurs will not receive any bids for Rose. In that case, the Telegraph claims he will be reintegrated into Mauricio Pochettino’s squad for the 2019/20 season.
There has apparently been no fall out between the player, the manager or the club. Rose has been on the verge of an exit for sometime, but Pochettino clearly trusts him enough to remain professional.
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