Newcastle United boss, Steve Bruce has admitted that he wants to bring Danny Rose to St James’ Park on a permanent basis and the club will soon begin talks with Spurs.
Rose was loaned out to Newcastle towards the end of January after reportedly having a fall out with Jose Mourinho (Daily Mail).
The left-back has been a regular since arriving at St James’ Park and has been particularly solid since the restart.
Reports indicate that Spurs are ready to accept a cut-price £5million fee for the defender, who only has a year to run on his contract with the North Londoners (Football Insider).
Amidst the speculation surrounding his future, the left-back has admitted that his days at Tottenham are likely numbered (Mirror).
Despite the 30-year-old’s improved run of form, Bruce suggested that there is a lot more to come from the England international and confirmed the club’s interest in completing a permanent deal for him.
Speaking to The Chronicle, the Newcastle boss said: “I still think we have not seen the best of him and I still think there’s more to come from Danny.
“What we have to be respectful about is he’s one of Tottenham’s players.
“Let’s see where it takes us, we will have those conversations.”
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Despite Jose Mourinho recently claiming that the club are yet to make a decision on the futures of Danny Rose and Kyle Walker-Peters, I expect both players to be sold this summer, considering we our need to sell to fund our transfers. It is a positive for Spurs that both players have been in good form since the restart. Hopefully, other clubs from Newcastle and Southampton will come in for the duo and push their price up when the transfer window opens.
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