Danny Rose could join Newcastle permanently if he impresses on loan
Wantaway Tottenham defender Danny Rose got his wish for a move in the closing stages of the January transfer window. The 29-year-old completed a loan move to Newcastle United until the end of the season. (h/t Newcastle United)
The Tynesiders were keen on a left-back following yet another injury to Paul Dummett. The Magpies decides to swoop in for Rose on deadline day in a loan deal worth £2million. There is no option to buy at the end of the loan.
Steve Bruce was happy at signing the English international. The 59-year-old also touched upon the prospect of signing the player permanently in the summer provided he impresses during his loan spell. ((h/t Football London)
“If there is a possibility to make it permanent we will act in the summer.”
Rose has also garnered interest from French giants Paris Saint-Germain. The Parisians view Rose as a replacement for Layvin Kurzawa as the French left-back is likely to leave the club in the summer when his contract expires.
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Since joining the club in 2007, the 29-year-old has made 214 appearances for Tottenham and has scored 10 goals for the club. (h/t Whoscored). Rose has also won 29 caps for the England national football team and was a part of the squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.