Spurs ready to sell Danny Rose this summer

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Tottenham Hotspur are ready to sell Danny Rose this summer for a knock-down fee, per Football Insider.

Spurs loaned Rose out in the January transfer window, allowing him to join Newcastle United on a short-term deal.

And they are ready to accept just £5 million to move him on in the summer transfer window, as they are aware of the challenges faced by a number of clubs in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to the report, Spurs rejected a bid of around £15m from Watford last summer but they could now take just a third of that to shift him.

PSG and Schalke were also said to be interested but the England international wanted to stay in the country.

Jose Mourinho has decided that Rose’s Spurs career is over and he is not likely to play for the club again; his contract expires at the end of next season.

GIVEMESPORT’S Harry Sherlock says…

Yeah, this is sensible.

Rose has previously insisted that he will see out his deal at the club but if he isn’t going to play at all, one has to think he will acquiesce to a move.

His switch to Newcastle could well become permanent, while there may also be interest from Leeds United, the club where he began his career, if they are promoted.

He will surely have suitors and if Mourinho’s mind is made up, the 29-year-old ought to take the hint.

Spurs will be keen to get his wages off of their expenditure bill; he currently earns £60,000-per-week, per Spotrac.

And maybe it will give him the opportunity for a fresh start, having spent 13 years in north London.

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