Tottenham Hotspur outcast Danny Rose backed to refuse Championship transfer
Although the European window has closed, Premier League clubs can still do business with lower league sides until October 16.
Rose does not appear to be a part of Jose Mourinho’s plans and is yet to feature for the club this season. The Englishman has also not been given a squad number, indicating that his time at the club could be over.
Although a move away appears to be the best option for all parties involved, Brown believes Rose will be unwilling to make the step-down.
“He’d want to play in the Premier League or an international league for sure.”
A move away from England could also be on the cards. A number of international markets, such as Portugal and the USA remain open until later this month.
Rose has seen his value at Spurs decline over the last two seasons. First, he lost to Ben Davies in the race for the first-choice left-back at the club before falling out with Jose Mourinho last November.
Spending time away on loan at Newcastle United last season appears to have changed little. In fact, the 30-year-old has fallen further down the pecking order.
The likes of Davies, Sergio Reguilon, and Dennis Cirkin are all ahead of Rose in the pecking order. He has also been axed from the club’s 25-man squad for the UEFA Europa League group stages.
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Rose joined Tottenham from Leeds United in 2007 and has made 214 appearances for the club, scoring 10 goals and 29 assists. (h/t Transfermarkt)
A chance of playing elsewhere could boost Rose’s chances of making the England squad for next season’s Euros. It will also help get a liability off Spurs’ hands. What the player’s immediate future holds remains to be seen.