Tottenham Hotspur were certainly busy in the January transfer market this year, as they looked to both bring in new signings and ship out some players of their own.
Gedson Fernandes joined on loan from Benfica for 18-months, while Giovani Lo Celso and Steven Bergwijn joined permanently. Meanwhile, Christian Eriksen was sold to Inter Milan and both Danny Rose and Kyle Walker-Peters were loaned out.
Rose has been on the Tottenham books since his 2007 move from Leeds United, making him the longest-serving current player across 12 seasons.
In that time, the left-back has racked up 214 appearances, ten goals, and one wonder-strike against Arsenal on his debut (Wikipedia).
Rose had previously been loaned out to Watford, Peterborough United, Bristol City, and Sunderland during the early years of his Spurs career. However, this time he joined Newcastle United for six-months at the age of 29.
Despite the COVID-19 Premier League suspension meaning that Rose has been unable to feature more than three times for the Magpies, the club reportedly want to take him on a permanent deal in the summer (Chronicle).
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