Danny Rose has been given permission by Jose Mourinho to stay at Newcastle United until the end of the season, according to Football Insider.

The report claims the two sides are in close contact over agreeing on an extended loan deal for the experienced defender.

The 29-year-old joined the Magpies in January on a short-term loan which is set to expire next month.

However, given the current circumstances with the suspension of the 2019/20 Premier League season, it is now expected Rose will see the campaign out with Newcastle when the league is expected to resume later this month.

The Magpies remain in the FA Cup with a quarter-final tie against Manchester City still to play and sit eight points above the Premier League drop zone.

Rose revealed last November that it is his intention to run down his deal at Tottenham which is set to expire in the summer of 2021 after he claimed that Daniel Levy told him that he would not be offered fresh terms with the Champions League finalists.

Spurs Web Opinion

Danny Rose has been a great servant for the club, but it has to be said the loan move came at a good time for both parties with the left-back’s opportunities in the starting XI being few and far between. I think the loan-extension provides Ryan Sessegnon with a great opportunity when we return to action later this month, while it will be interesting to see where Rose’s long-term future lies.

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