Jose Mourinho’s side have been encouraged to make demands to sign Danny Rose in the transfer window, with Tottenham looking to cash in on their star and hoping that Manchester United can meet their asking price.
The Red Devils have been looking to reinforce their squad and the defensive line in particular, with the Portuguese manager set to offload some of his current stars in the new year. The 27 year old England international stirred controversy back in the summer transfer window, when he said in an interview that he was not happy with the club’s transfer policy and wanted to play elsewhere. Due to this, he was signed and it seems manager Mauricio Pochettino and the Spurs’ management are now keen on selling him and have made him available for a sale, if any club can pay their asking price.
After being left out of the game against the Gunners, which Tottenham lost and other recent matches as well, Rose has decided that his future does not lie at Wembley and it is high time to make a move. This means that the left-back could be all set to leave the north London outfit and will look to revive his career elsewhere, if a deal does go through.
He is not happy with his current situation at the club and the Red Devils look desperate to add him to their squad. Rose was the best defender in the top flight of English football last term, but hasn’t found a way to displace Ben Davies in the pecking order so far, to make it to the playing eleven.
It means that as soon as a deal is agreed to with any top club, he will be on his way.
If a top player like the defensive superstar is not happy at Tottenham, there is no point of keeping him there and making him a liability. The club may want to cash in on his value and make good money out of selling him, which they can use to buy new stars and strengthen their squad. Keeping a wantaway player in the dressing room rarely bodes well for a group.