If reports in the British press are to be believed, Tottenham Hotspur seem to be having quite a hard time finding a buyer for Danny Rose.
After being denied a squad number and the arrival of Sergio Reguilon, it is clear that the 30-year-old does not have a future in North London.
He is one of several fringe players the Lilywhites are reportedly trying to find a buyer for before the transfer window shuts (The Athletic’s David Ornstein). However, it is not at all clear at this point where Rose is going to end up.
It was reported last week that the England international was close to a move to Genoa (Daily Mirror) but that deal seems to have hit a stumbling block due to the Serie A club’s unwillingness to pay Rose’s wages (Sky Sports).
Aston Villa and West Ham United have also recently been mentioned as potential suitors for the left-back (Le10Sport).
They reveal that Paris Saint-Germain initially showed interest but that the defender will likely end up moving elsewhere as he wants to play regularly.
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The fact that we are having a hard time shifting Rose despite the fact that he is not on particular massive wages, shows how far he has declined over the last three years or so. I am surprised that Premier League sides have not shown more concrete interest in the defender given the experience he has under his belt at the top level.
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