Big clubs looking to fit again Rose


Danny Rose is on the radar of leading European clubs Juventus, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain as well as Manchester United according to an article in The Daily Mail.

The 27-year-old England international revealed in his now famed interview earlier this season that he has ‘one big contract left in me’, and the article says this put the European heavyweights on alert.

Danny added that ‘time is running out and I do want to win trophies’, strongly hinting that he may have to leave Tottenham in order to achieve his aims.

It adds that Rose also insisted ‘I know my worth and I will make sure I get what I am worth’ which was interpreted as criticism of his present deal at Spurs.

However the article does say according to The Sun, leading clubs in Italy, Spain and France, who could offer Rose a very lucrative contract, are circling.

The article adds that Rose has only just returned from nine months out with a serious knee injury and regained his place in the England team in their 0-0 draw with Germany on Friday night.

It’s added how Rose revealed last week that he sought psychological help during his lengthy injury lay-off, describing it as ‘one of the most difficult periods of my life.’
‘I have been through a whole load of emotions over the past nine months, not just the season,’ said Rose.

Rose continued “I have started seeing a psychologist to try and help me think positive, whenever I have the time to go and see them.
‘I think I have seen them now about four or five times and they have been a massive help for me.
‘I have started reading books to try and help keep me positive as well.
‘You know, this injury has been one of the most difficult periods of my life.’

It’s a difficult one this. On one hand an inform Rose is one of the best full backs in Europe but will that early season hissy fit have done more damage than we think. And then there is Ben Davies who has been in decent form. Would Luke Shaw be worth taking as part of a swap deal? Injury dependent I guess.

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  1. Imo He’s only interested in what cash he can get for himself some might say don’t blame him if he wants to go then let him not sure so called big clubs will pay much as they may have a year ago and definitely no swop for luke shaw rather play with ten men


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