Danny Rose has signed an extension to stay at Newcastle United until the end of the 2019/20 season.
This comes via an ‘exclusive’ from The Athletic’s David Ornstein, who claims the Spurs loanee has agreed to extend his stint at St James’ Park for the final 9 games of the Premier League season and the remainder of our FA Cup campaign.
As he states below, Rose will then return to North London this summer to sort out his future at Tottenham:
Steve Bruce has already made his feelings clear about a potential permanent deal for the England international, however with a potential takeover having the potential to change all matter of things on Tyneside and Mike Ashley often reluctant to sign players over the age of 30, it remains to be seen if he’ll be back next season.
This is now the second January loan signing to have prolonged their stay after the Premier League season was pushed back, with Inter Milan’s Valentino Lazaro agreeing to an extension last week.
This leaves Schalke loanee Nabil Bentaleb to sort out, while the club will also be hoping to find a resolution for Andy Carroll, Javier Manquillo and Matty Longstaff in the coming weeks – three players who can leave for next to nothing on June 30th should they fail to agree any form of extension.