Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce hints at permanent move for Danny Rose
Rose has been with Tottenham since 2007, having arrived from Leeds United. During his time at the club, he grew into one of the best full-backs in the country, establishing himself as the first-choice for club and country.
However, things have been rocky over the past year or so between him and the club. Tottenham reportedly tried to offload him last summer, while he hardly got any opportunity since Jose Mourinho arrived in November.
As a result, Rose left on loan during the January transfer window, signing for Newcastle United. Since joining the Magpies, the 29-year-old Rose has featured 11 times, helping them to four clean sheets.
And now, Newcastle manager Steve Bruce has hinted that the club is open to making his transfer permanent. (h/t Football.london)
“I still think we have not seen the best of him and I still think there’s more to come from Danny. What we have to be respectful about is he’s one of Tottenham’s players. Let’s see where it takes us, we will have those conversations.”
Rose still has a year left on his current contract with Tottenham. However, he too has his heart set on a permanent transfer to Newcastle, having been left impressed by the club since joining in January.
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Tottenham, too, are open to selling Rose in order to generate funds to sign the club’s transfer targets. With all parties involved wanting a move, a transfer could go ahead smoothly once the season is over.