Danny Rose receives shock offer after NUFC said no & deadline day move collapsed – Report

According to Football Insider, Danny Rose could secure a surprise return to the North-East in the coming days – this time via Middlesbrough!

The former NUFC loanee was tipped to join Porto on deadline day and also ‘held talks’ with Genoa over the summer, but no move materialised, leaving him stuck at Spurs and surplus to requirements.

Now, an ‘exclusive’ from Football Insider claims Neil Warnock’s Boro are set to make an ambitious loan bid for the 30-year-old – and they report that he could be open to dropping down a division in a bid to gain some regular first-team football.

The left-back looked set to be pursued by Steve Bruce just a few months ago – despite a relatively uninspiring stint at St James’ Park – however we ended up bringing in Norwich City star Jamal Lewis instead.

A move to Middlesbrough, who are currently 10th in the Championship table, would show just how much his career has gone downhill in recent years, but hats off to him if he does drop down a division for regular minutes.

After all, many players would just sit on the sidelines at Spurs and happily pick up their money each week (something a few outcasts at Newcastle seem guilty of, without naming names!)

One thing’s for sure, however – it feels like we did the right thing not pursuing a permanent deal.

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Olly has been a Junior Magpie from birth. As a season ticket holder and avid Newcastle United fan - he eats, sleeps and breathes all things NUFC.

5 thoughts on “Danny Rose receives shock offer after NUFC said no & deadline day move collapsed – Report

  1. THANK F#CK it’s not NUFC

    He must have found a good pie shop while he was lazing around the Northeast last season

    Hopefully the press will keep clear of him = a well balanced chip…

    …having a chip on both shoulder’s

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  2. For a number of seasons he was brilliant for Tottenham and has had a good career – far better than anyone ever predicted. With a strong manager he could have done really well at Newcastle and still has miles in his legs. He gets a lot of stick but clearly has some mental health issues. He has spoken out on racism and mental health but in the hideous world of football he gets laughed at rather than applauded.

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  3. cc:
    complete waste of timea trouble maker , no manager worth his salt would want him, step in mad dog warnock

    I wonder where you get your (lack of) knowledge from? Of course, the gossip on the internet

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