Opinion: This man should be in line for a new Spurs contract after his recent comments

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur’s Danny Rose has come out this week to inform fans that the stories printed about him in the summer were not all true (Mirror).

While he did not highlight which stories in particular, he did say that he was happy at Spurs after having played in the quarters, semis, and final of the Champions League, as well as the first four games of the new season.

Danny Rose is now 29-years-old and has played over 200 games for Spurs across 12 years at the club (Wikipedia). He still plays with the same aggression, heart, and passion today that he did back when he was a baby-faced new recruit.

However, Danny is now in the final two years of his current Spurs deal, meaning that he could be sold for a profit in the next year or even leave on a free in the summer of 2021 (Football London).

With Ryan Sessegnon coming into the side as a teenager still learning the left-back trade, I believe that Rose is the perfect mentor, both on and off the pitch.

Danny also still has a lot to offer to the team with his vast experience, not to mention that fact that he is still good enough to start for club and country.

In my opinion, a new two-year contract extension is needed and deserved for this hero of the club.

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