Rose had been linked with a move to Manchester United in the past and had also seen his first-team slot get taken over by the impressive Ben Davies last season.
The 28-year-old did make it to the England team for the World Cup and played five games in all as the Three Lions finished fourth in the competition.
Rose’s 2017/18 season was also hindered by injury as he only started 15 games for Tottenham in all competitions. The 28-year-old also got just one assist to his name as he saw Davies usurp him as the No.1 for the left-back slot under Mauricio Pochettino.
While the player might need time to get back to full fitness, Spurs could make a decent sum on Rose if they decide to sell him.
We could see a bit of a bidding war between United and PSG and that could only mean good news for us. Rose would also want a lot of first-team minutes, which we cannot guarantee since Davies has done so well for us since taking over from the Englishman.
It will be an interesting summer for Rose and us as we still have not brought in new faces to the club. We might have had to wait for the World Cup to finish but if we sell before we buy, there will be a number of upset fans questioning our transfer policy.