According to the Northern Echo, Spurs will allow Danny Rose to join Newcastle United on a permanent deal this summer.
The report also states that Steve Bruce has made it clear he’d like to sign the Tottenham loanee on a permanent deal this summer – and Scott Wilson’s piece claims he’s been given the green light to push through a deal by MD Lee Charnley.
It’s claimed this morning that Mourinho will not stand in our way if we wish to sign him permanently, with the England international not seen as a ‘major part of his future plans‘.
As for Rose himself, the Northern Echo also suggest he’d be open to extending his stay, with him unwilling to spend the next 12 months on Spurs’ bench ahead of Euro 2021.
Here’s a snippet from their latest piece on the 29-year-old left-back:
TOTTENHAM boss Jose Mourinho has indicated he will not stand in Newcastle United’s way if they try to turn Danny Rose’s current loan deal into a permanent transfer this summer.
Steve Bruce remains in regular contact with head of recruitment Steve Nickson and managing director Lee Charnley, and the trio have all agreed that a permanent deal for Rose makes sense.
Significantly, senior officials at Tottenham have also suggested they will be happy to strike an agreement for the 29-year-old’s transfer, with Mourinho long ago having concluded he does not see Rose as a major part of his future plans.
The England international still has one full year of his Spurs contract to run, and with Euro 2020 having been put back a year to the summer of 2021, he will not want to spend the next 12 months kicking his heels on the Tottenham bench.
It was reported over the weekend that Steve Bruce was going to try and ‘push’ for the permanent signing of Rose, so the fact Spurs seem willing to sell and Charnley willing to sanction the move suggests the NUFC boss might just get his man.
The key, however, could be Spurs’ asking price and Rose’s wage demands, with us seeming unlikely to pay big money on either for a player who’ll turn 30 this summer – not forgetting the fact he’s looked well below his best in his 5 appearances in black and white so far.
Would you like to see Rose sign this summer?