According to The Telegraph, Tottenham Hotspur are willing to allow Danny Rose to complete the Premier League season at Newcastle United, despite the initial loan agreement expiring next month.

Rose joined Newcastle on loan during the January transfer window, after rumours of a training ground bust-up with Jose Mourinho (Daily Mail).

The defender, who found himself playing a bit-part role under the Portuguese in North London has been a regular in the Magpies side since moving to St James’ Park (transfermarkt).

Magpies boss Steve Bruce has confirmed that the club are looking to sign the England international on a permanent basis when his loan deal with the transfer window opens (Chronicle).

The Daily Echo reported earlier in the week that Kyle Walker-Peters’ loan spell at Southampton is also likely to be extended until the end of the season.

The Telegraph have confirmed that Rose is also likely to finish the season with Newcastle before returning to Spurs in the summer with Jose Mourinho happy for the 29-year-old to get regular game time in the North East rather than being a squad play in N17.

It is said that Spurs will make a decision on Rose’s future at the end of the season.

Spurs Web Opinion

Both Rose and Walker-Peters are likely to be sold this summer and so are basically in the shop window. So, we need them to be playing games to get the best possible price for them in the summer. Given that neither player is likely to start for us when everyone is fit, it does not make any sense for us to recall them.


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