Report: How much Watford offered for Danny Rose

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Dom Le Roy

It has been a frantic last hour of the window for any fans of Danny Rose, as the left-back was reported to be at Watford’s training ground (Adam Leventhal).

It was also reported that the Hornets bid for Rose, although Spurs immediately turned it down. It is unclear whether or not this was down to price or the fact that they did not want to sell.

If Rose really was at Watford, it would tend to suggest that a willingness to part with him was there.

However, reporter Ian Abraham soon tweeted another update, stating that Danny Rose had left the training ground soon after he arrived.

This all came after Tottenham signed Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham, a player who could, in theory, replace Rose for the long-term (BBC).

The Independent have now revealed that Watford offered £14m to buy Rose on deadline day.

Spurs Web Opinion:

£14m?! You must be having a laugh. Not for sale in my eyes, but if he was, I would want double that.

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  1. Absolutely ridiculous lowball offer. Danny was back close to his best at the end of last season and has looked sharp in preseason. There is no need to sell him at all right now, especially with two years left on his current contract. Far better to apprentice Sessegnon this year and keep Danny as our #1 choice LB, which he currently is on merit. If we want to sell him next Summer, he will still command a decent fee and Sessegnon by then should be ready to take over, in tandem with Davies.


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