January exit for Spurs defender?

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Danny Rose’s time at Tottenham Hotspur is nearing an end, according to the Daily Star on Sunday.

The England left-back caused a stir in August in an interview in the Sun where he said he would consider offers to leave Tottenham Hotspur and that he wants to return “back up north” before he retires.

Rose also criticised Tottenham for sanctioning the £53m sale of Kyle Walker to Manchester City and questioned the club’s lack of transfer activity over the summer.

Since regaining fitness following a long term medial ligament knee injury, he has been left out of some notable matches including the north London derby against Arsenal. Ben Davies has done a steady job filling the void.

According to today’s report, Tottenham are open to selling Rose to Manchester United in January, but only if they receive an offer of £45million.

Would you sell Danny Rose for £45m to a Premier League rival? Have your say below

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  1. Selling Rose would be a big mistake especially to a premier league rival….Davies is adequate substitute but not of the same quality

  2. It seems odd that if fit now Rose isn’t getting more game time.I think he is a better defender than Davies,however the Welshman could play on the left of a back three if necessary.If Rose is to go then 45m. plus Shaw perhaps would soften the blow of him going to a rival.I would prefer he wasn’t sold,but I suspect his mind is elsewhere.

    • What do you do when players come out with chat like that to the media??
      Clear he's not happy with way it is at the club. Has made his intentions clear about playing up north.
      Does anyone remember when modric handed in a transfer request? Does anyone remember that he said he wanted to go to Chelsea???
      I bloody do!!! People seem to forget about that.

  3. I don’t care who the player is once they have shown that they feel they want to be somewhere else then let them leave, there is no point holding onto players who don’t want to be there, commitment is what is needed in a side like spurs when we haven’t got the billions to throw at players to make them hapy, so get the best deal we can get and let him go

  4. If he wants to then let him go at a levy price of course no point holding on to someone if their hearts not in it danny boy wont let him go cheaply so cheque books at the ready northern boys

  5. He's the only full back we've got that can actually take a defender on and go past them. Neither Trippier or Davies seem to be able to do this

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