Paul Robinson has admitted that he admits that it is likely that Danny Rose will leave Tottenham Hotspur ahead of the new season.
Rose opened the door to potentially staying at Tottenham for the last year of his contract after revealing his dream to have the opportunity to play in front of the North London faithful once more (Second Captains podcast), previously the former Leeds player admitted that he believed his days at Spurs were numbered (The Mirror).
The left-back joined Newcastle on loan during the January transfer window in a deal which cost the Magpies £2million plus a loan fee to secure the services of the England international but did not include an obligation or option to buy him this summer (Sky Sports).
Football Insider recently claimed that Newcastle are not looking to bring Rose to the club on a permanent basis.
Robinson believes that the 30-year-old needs to be playing on a regular basis and expects his situation in North London to be the same as before he headed to Tyneside.
The former goalkeeper said when asked if Rose will leave N17: “I think that’s probably something that he’s looking at.
“If the manager has allowed him to go out on loan, there’s obviously been a conversation between player and manager. He’s obviously been happy to go out on loan and get some football. You’ve got to give the player a lot of credit for wanting to go out there and play.
“I suspect that if his situation is still the same at Spurs and the conversation is no different with the manager, if there is an opportunity to leave, he seems that he’s at a stage in his career where he wants to be playing football.
“If that’s not at Spurs, he probably will move on.”
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