Tottenham will allow Danny Rose to join Manchester United if they receive £45million – Reports
Danny Rose will be allowed to leave Spurs, for the right price
Tottenham will allow Danny Rose to join Manchester United in January – but only if they receive £45million for the defender.
Mauricio Pochettino is reportedly open to the England left-back leaving, as he only wants 100 per cent committed players at the north London club.
Rose, who has only just returned from a long injury lay-off, openly criticised Spurs transfer policy and wage structure in an un-sanctioned interview during his absence from the pitch and his relationship has reportedly been frosty ever since.
And with Welsh left-back Ben Davies performing well during Rose’s injury absence, it is claimed the 27-year-old will be allowed to leave, for the right price.
According to the Daily Star Sunday, Manchester United are keen on landing the England international in the upcoming transfer window and will be given the green light to sign him if they stump up Spurs’ asking price of £45million.
United’s crosstown rivals Manchester City are also reportedly interested in Rose, having signed his defensive partner Kyle Walker from Tottenham in the summer, while Chelsea have also been linked, but the Doncaster-born defender is said to be keen to move back up north if he leaves Tottenham.