Newcastle United want to sign Danny Rose on a permanent contract from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer transfer window, according to The Northern Echo.
Rose joined the Magpies on loan from Premier League rivals Tottenham in the January transfer window and is scheduled to return to his parent club at the end of the season.
Newcastle manager Steve Bruce is determined to sign the 30-year-old England international left-back on a permanent contract this summer, according to the report.
Rose has made seven starts and one substitute appearance in the Premier League and played twice in the FA Cup for Newcastle during his loan spell, according to WhoScored.
The left-back made 10 starts and four substitute appearances in the league and provided one assist in four Champions League matches for the Magpies this season before making the loan move to Newcastle, according to WhoScored.
Permanent Newcastle United move?
Rose has done well during his loan spell at Newcastle, and given his importance to the Magpies, it would make sense for the club to sign him on a permanent deal and also for the player to make St. James’ Park his ‘home’.
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