Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur are ready to sell veteran full-back Danny Rose for a fee of just £5 million in the upcoming summer transfer window, as per Football Insider.
The North London-based club are in a transitional phase under the management of Jose Mourinho who is eager to overhaul the squad and especially the ageing defensive unit for the future campaigns.
Therefore, as per reports in the English media, Spurs are now looking to offload Rose in the upcoming summer transfer window where they will be ready to accept a fee in the region of just £5 million.
The England international is currently spending a short loan with Spurs’ league rivals Newcastle United who reportedly does not have an option to make the deal permanent.
Rose has been a Spurs player since the summer of 2007 when he moved from Leeds United for just £900,000.
Since then, the 29-year-old has represented the last season’s UEFA Champions League runners up in 214 matches in all competitions where he has managed to score 10 goals and provide 29 assists.
In the ongoing campaign, Rose has played 22 leagues games across all campaigns where he has managed to provide a couple of assists.
Tottenham have Ben Davies as their first-choice left-back, with youngster Japhet Tanganga also playing in the position at times this season.
However, Spurs may well look to bring in another option in the role before the start of next season.
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