Tottenham Hotspur head coach, Jose Mourinho, has reportedly told some close friends that Danny Rose will never play for the club again (Football Insider).
Rose was loaned out to Newcastle United in the January transfer window, despite being one of Tottenham’s most senior left-backs.
The England defender has been at Spurs since 2007 after moving from Leeds United, and has since played across 12 seasons for the Lilywhites, racking up 214 appearances and 10 goals (Wikipedia).
Once this season comes to an end and Rose returns to Tottenham, he will have just a year left on his current contract with the club.
However, Mourinho sees no way back for the player at Spurs and the club will look to sell him when the summer transfer window opens.
Since his exit, Japhet Tanganga, Jan Vertonghen, Ben Davies, and Ryan Sessegnon have all played games in Rose’s position for Spurs.
Spurs Web Opinion:
It is time for Danny to move on but he should be applauded and respected for the 12 years he has given Tottenham, as well as the great memories along the way.
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