Tottenham willing to slash price of first team defender

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According to reports, Tottenham have slashed their asking price for decade-long servant Danny Rose, from £50m down to £22m in order to force through a late move.

Rose has yet to appear for the club this season, making only one token showing on the bench against Fulham last weekend.

The marauding left-back fell out of Pochettino’s plans after his strangely open interview discussing Tottenham signings at the very start of last season.

Ever since then, a mixture of injury, personal issues, and lack of favour with the gaffer has restricted Rose to the odd appearance in a Lilywhite shirt.

Despite the transfer window being shut for Premier League club purchases, the North London outfit can still sell of loan Rose up until the August 31 deadline.

PSG’s sporting director and head of recruitment are said to be keen on the Tottenham man, but manager Thomas Tuchel is unsure, and would rather explore other options.

Tottenham youngster Kyle Walker-Peters has yet to be sent out on loan this season, as he could provide left-back cover for Ben Davies if Rose does transfer away from the club.

Walker-Peters, although being right-footed, has covered the left-back position before, particularly in major tournaments for England youth teams.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. We don’t NEED to sell him at all. He should get his head down, prove his fitness and get back to being our first choice left back as he was before injury and subsequent personal challenges.

    If he does that, it’ll be better for him and better for Spurs, whilst potentially opening up more transfer opportunities too.

  2. We don’t need to sell Danny Rose t all, but if HE wants to leave he should be allowed to. He has served his time and we will do just fine with or without him.

    COYS!

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