Tottenham Hotspur left-back, Danny Rose, has been on the books at the club for 12 seasons now since his move from Leeds United in 2007.
In that time, the England man has managed 214 games for the Lilywhites, while finding the back of the net ten times, including that debut wonder-goal against Arsenal (Wikipedia).
However, Spurs took the decision to send the defender out on loan during the January transfer market, with Newcastle United snapping him up for the remainder of the season.
Unfortunately, Rose only made three appearances before domestic football was suspended due to the spread of the Coronavirus throughout the UK.
Despite this, Newcastle boss, Steve Bruce, has claimed that Rose had a big impact on the dressing room at the club.
Bruce also claimed that he is hoping to have Rose at his disposal beyond the three months left on his loan deal, implying that the Magpies would be interested in a deal of some kind next season.
He said (Chronicle): “He is an established quality player. We managed to get him through the door and he will be great for the next three months. And hopefully longer after that.
“He is a great thinker to have in the dressing room. When he walked through the door gave everybody a lift. That is what a really good player does.
“Listen, Danny Rose is a stick on. He is what you call stick on quality. He was England’s left-back only last November. I am delighted with him. That is the quality we brought in and that is the quality we aspire to. That is what we need.”
Rose’s current contract runs out in the summer of 2021 and the left-back previously stated that he would let that deal run down and leave on a free (Telegraph).
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