Danny Rose has reportedly accepted that his time at Tottenham has come to an end and will leave the club before the end of the transfer window.
A report in the Evening Standard claims that Rose will be allowed to leave Tottenham on a loan deal until the end of the season.
The England full-back controversially claimed a few months ago that he wasn’t going to leave Spurs until his contract finishes in the summer of 2021 (Evening Standard).
However, a week ago, there were reports that the left-back clashed with Jose Mourinho on the training pitch after being overlooked for the game against Watford (Daily Mail).
Rose subsequently failed to make Tottenham’s matchday squad in the 2-1 win over Norwich as well as in the 1-1 draw in the FA Cup clash against Southampton.
Mourinho confirmed after the game against the Saints that the defender was dropped due to his form (Football.London).
The report in the Evening Standard suggests that the England international has agreed to leave Tottenham with Newcastle, Bournemouth, and Watford all interested in signing him.
It is asserted that, although Spurs would prefer to sell him permanently, a loan deal is more likely to materialise before the transfer deadline.
Spurs Web Opinion
Not only does Rose looks a shadow of the player he was previously but there is now a genuine cause for concern that he might be a disruptive influence in the dressing room. Hopefully, the loan deal comes with an option to buy and we have seen the last of Rose in a Spurs shirt.
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