Tottenham could terminate Danny Rose’s contract, according to Football Insider.

Rose hasn’t been given a number this season and was left out of Spurs’ Premier League and Europa League squads.

The left-back was the subject of interest from Middlesbrough on the domestic Deadline Day last Friday, but nothing materialised and he remained at Tottenham, although he’s been continuing to train with the club’s Under-23s.

And Football Insider believe that Spurs are planning on getting Rose off their wage bill and are willing to terminate his £70,000 per-week contract, which expires at the end of the season.

Rose was loaned out to Newcastle in January, playing 13 times in total after he was told by Jose Mourinho that he wasn’t in the Portuguese’s plans.

The defeat to Liverpool in January looks like being Rose’s final Tottenham appearance, in what is quickly turning into a sour end to his 13-year stay at Spurs.



  1. Just do it, so he can go. No matter the fall out he served the club with distinction. And this is a case where a club is punishing a player because his ambitions lies elsewhere. Spurs could have cash in years ago and they kept a deteriorating injury propone aging leftback until it came to this. Danny is at fault in how he handles the situation, but Levy and club has done this man wrong. Some fans do not want to hear it, but it is as true as the sun rises in the east. The tendencies of Spurs also trickle down into the youth ranks stiffling players they refuse to let go for greener pasture at the expense they do not want to seem as failure. Some of those kids based on position will never make the first team so why hold on to them. Move then to championship team with buy back clauses so they can play agaisnt men. Am done sick and tire of it.


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