Spurs star would be a good fit for Man City claims former player

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Dom Le Roy

Danny Rose is certainly not a player who does not shy away from speaking his mind with the left-back hitting the headlines once again over the past week.

The England international admitted that he is unsure of his future at Tottenham Hotspur and claimed that he does now know if he will be at the club next season given the club’s policy to sell players once they reach a certain age (Sky Sports).

The 28-year-old has been the subject of plenty of headlines with rumours circulating in recent weeks that his future could lie away from the club with Everton said to be a potential destination (The Mirror).

Former Tottenham midfielder Danny Murphy believes that Rose would be a good fit at Manchester City and there would not be a shortage of interested clubs should he become available for transfer.

A move to City would see Rose once again link up with Kyle Walker in the full-back roles, where the pair certainly added an attacking dimension to Tottenham’s flanks.

Speaking to Jim White on TalkSport (10/06/2019 at 11:40 am), Murphy said: “Towards the end of the season, anyway. I think he had that year in the wilderness where he didn’t play very much. But I think he’s a terrific player when he’s bang at it. 

“I don’t think he’ll struggle [to find a club]. In the last couple of months, he has probably been one of [Spurs’] best players. I think there will be takers. 

“Well, he asked to leave a couple of seasons ago and they didn’t let him. Man City? They need a left-back. They could [reunite Rose with Walker], but he [Guardiola] likes Zinchencko though. So, you wouldn’t get two young ones and get one ready-made one maybe. It depends whether they let Mendy go. I don’t think United will go in for him because they have Shaw. Liverpool don’t need him.”

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