According to a report from Sabah, Turkish club Trabzonspor have made Tottenham an offer to sign out-of-favour left-back Danny Rose.
Rose has been frozen out of the first-team picture at Spurs this season, having not been involved in any competitive top-flight action so far.
TalkSPORT’s Alex Crook claimed last week that Tottenham could terminate the 30-year-old’s contract, which is due to run out at the end of the season, thereby allowing him to leave the club this month on a free transfer.
He also revealed that West Brom were interested in taking the experienced defender to the Hawthorns.
However, The Sun reported this week that, although Sam Allardyce was keen on snapping up the England international, the Tottenham man prefered a move abroad to revive his career, with La Liga and Bundesliga clubs also interested in his signature.
Sabah now claim that Trabzonspor are waiting for a response from Tottenham after submitting a bid to the North Londoners.
The report, however, does not reveal the value of the offer the Turkish club have made for the defender.
Spurs Web Opinion
It will certainly be in Tottenham’s interest to accept any offers for Rose as they will lose him for nothing in the summer. However, I am not sure that the left-back will be open to a move to Turkey as, at 30 years of age, he could still potentially have a couple of years left in him at the top level.
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