Daily Mail football correspondent Craig Hope has claimed that he has been told that Newcastle United’s deal to take Danny Rose on loan almost certainly includes an obligation to make the deal permanent in the summer.
Such a clause would see Rose having played his last game in Tottenham Hotspur colours and end his thirteen-year association with the North London club.
Rose moved to Spurs from Leeds United in 2007 after the Elland Road outfit entered administration for a fee of just £1million (Daily Star).
The left-back has not featured in each of Tottenham’s last four matches with Jose Mourinho instead playing the relatively inexperienced academy product Japhet Tanganga in defence ahead of the England international.
Rose has made 16 Tottenham appearances this season but only five since Jose Mourinho became manager towards the end of November.
An initial loan fee of £2million is said to have been agreed between the two clubs (Telegraph).
I’m told NUFC deal for Danny Rose is almost certain to be an obligation to buy in the summer. Thus, he becomes an NUFC player. That would probably mean the end of Jetro Willems at the club, which is a shame given injury has forced this situation.
— Craig Hope (@CraigHope_DM) January 29, 2020
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