David Ornstein has revealed Tottenham defender, Danny Rose will remain at Newcastle United until the end of the season after extending his loan agreement.
The left-back made the loan switch to Tyneside in January but the deal was due to come to a conclusion at the end of this month.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the postponement of the Premier League means the season is unlikely to be over until the end of July.
Onstein revealed earlier that Spurs and Newcastle had come to an agreement to allow Rose to stay at the Magpies until the conclusion of the season.
The 29-year-old has one year left on his contract at Spurs and has publically stated he is willing to see out the contract even if he is not playing (Evening Standard).
Rose had only made five appearances for Newcastle before the season was postponed and will be eager to get back on the pitch to show his worth (Transfermarkt).
However, it is believed Newcastle could look to bring the England international back to Tyneside on a permanent basis this summer (The Chronicle).
Excl: Danny Rose signs loan extension to remain at Newcastle until season ends. Finalised earlier this week – will play for #NUFC then return to Tottenham & sort #THFC future. This by @domfifield explains contract dilemmas many players face: https://t.co/IPEWgxEdUC @TheAthleticUK
— David Ornstein (@David_Ornstein) June 12, 2020
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The loan extension was expected and I think it will be good for Rose to get a few more games under his belt at Newcastle. However, it is where his long-term future lies which is the real question. It seems he is not wanted at Spurs and is on their list of players to sell but who will he go to?
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