Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose is on the radar of former club Leeds United this summer.
The Daily Star claim that the left-back is wanted by Marcelo Bielsa as part of his plans to add Premier League experience to his ranks after they ended their sixteen-year absence from the top flight.
Rose spent the second half of the season on loan at Newcastle United after falling out of favour under Jose Mourinho.
The 30-year-old has already admitted that his days are numbered in North London while also revealing that he would be keen to join the Magpies on a permanent basis (The Mirror).
Rose was born in Yorkshire and was a product of the Leeds academy system and made the move to White Hart Lane in 2007 having never made a senior appearance with Leeds having just been relegated into League One and facing administration.
The report claims that Spurs would look for around £5million to allow Rose to leave on a permanent deal with the England international in the last twelve months of his contract.
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