Danny Rose set to stay put at Tottenham amidst transfer interest
The 30-year-old left-back has been with Tottenham since 2007, having arrived from Leeds United as a teenager. During his time at the club, Rose grew into one of the best in his position in the league but has seen his stock decline in recent years.
Rose has been out of favour at Tottenham since the arrival of Jose Mourinho in 2019. As a result, the Englishman was loaned out to Newcastle United for the second half of the last season. Having returned, the 30-year-old has been exiled from the Spurs’ first-team.
Rose has been excluded from the club’s squad for the Premier League and the Europa League. He also was not given a shirt number this term and has been training with the reserves.
With his contract up for expiry at the end of the season, the left-back has been heavily linked with an exit. There has been interest in the defender from Turkish outfit Trabzonspor. Premier League strugglers Sheffield United, too, are keen on Rose. (h/t Mirror)
However, as per the report, Rose has decided that he will not leave Tottenham this winter. The 30-year-old instead will see out his £60,000-a-week contract with the club before moving on in the summer on a Bosman transfer.
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This is because Rose is of the belief that he can secure a move to another Premier League outfit and revive his career. So, it seems like the veteran defender will continue training with the Spurs reserves for the time being.