Report reveals wages and contract length club have offered Spurs’ Danny Rose

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According to a report from Fotomac (as translated by Sport Witness), Trabzonspor are ready to sign Danny Rose either on a loan deal until the end of the season or permanently, depending on what suits Tottenham and the left-back himself.

Rose has been frozen out of the first-team picture by Jose Mourinho at Spurs and it was reported last week that the North Londoners would be willing to terminate the defender’s contract, which still has six months left to run.

It was initially suggested that a move to West Brom was on the cards for the 30-year-old, with Sam Allardyce keen on taking the experienced defender to the Hawthorns.

However, reports from Turkey claimed earlier this week that Trabzonspor had already made an offer to sign the England international.

Fotomoc have now explained that the Turkish club have contacted Rose’s agent with two offers, a loan until the end of the season or a full transfer including a ‘small testimonial fee’.

If the Tottenham man is to agree to a permanent move, then the club are said to be ready to offer him a three and a half year deal, which will see him earn €500,000 for the remainder of this season and then €1m from next year.

The report also asserts that Rose is receptive to the idea of a move to Trabzonspor.

Spurs Web Opinion

I suspect the only thing that could convince Rose to potentially move to Turkey would be if Trabzonspor are offering him much better terms than any of his other suitors. Otherwise, at 30 years of age, he still has a lot of football left in him at the top level.

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