Report: Premier League club keen to tie up deal for Tottenham defender

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Dom Le Roy

Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce is reportedly keen to tie up a permanent deal for Tottenham Hotspur’s Danny Rose.

The England international made a loan switch to St James’ Park in January after falling out of favour under Jose Mourinho in North London.

Rose, who has a year left to run on his contract with the Champions League finalists has previously admitted that his days at Spurs are numbered and he would welcome the opportunity to move to the Magpies on a permanent basis (Newcastle United official).

The 30-year-old will have to sit out the match between Newcastle and Spurs on Wednesday evening with Premier League rules not permitting a player to face their parent club (The Chronicle).

The report claims that Bruce is keen to secure the services of the former Leeds United player in the summer.

The Shields Gazette has previously claimed that a deal could be reached for as little as £5million, but it could depend on whether the proposed takeover of the club goes through.

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