Insider claims top 27-year-old wants to move to Chelsea or Man United
Sky Sports News reporter Kaveh Solhekol reveals Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose is open to a move to Chelsea or Man United
Danny Rose would be interested in a move to Chelsea or Manchester United, according to Kaveh Solhekol.
The England international was one of Tottenham Hotspur’s key players last season as Mauricio Pochettino’s side finished in second place last term.
Rose has established himself as an England regular thanks to his impressive form in the Tottenham team since the Argentinian coach took over the reins at White Hart Lane.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is thought to be keen on signing the Spurs left-back in the summer transfer window to add greater squad depth ahead of the 2017-18 season.
Manchester City have already signed the world’s most-expensive defender Kyle Walker in a £52m deal from Tottenham earlier this summer.
While Solhekol has revealed that Tottenham defender Rose is open to a move to Chelsea or Manchester United, the Sky Sports News reporter confirmed that Spurs don’t want to sell.
“There are three weeks of the window left. We have to start at Spurs. Big news coming out of Spurs this morning – Danny Rose is not sitting on the fence at all,” Solhekol told Sky Sports News on Thursday.
“In an interview with the Sun, he says time is running out for him to win trophies, he wants Spurs to sign more top-class players. What about his own future?
“He hasn’t asked to leave but we’re told he wants to join either Chelsea or Manchester United if Spurs are prepared to let him go.
“Tottenham’s position is very clear – Rose is not for sale, especially because they’ve already sold right-back Kyle Walker to Manchester City for £50m this summer.”
Rose scored two goals and three assists in 29 appearances in all competitions in the 2016-17 season.
Tottenham rotated between Ben Davies and Rose last season before the England defender suffered a season-ending injury.
The north London side finished in second place in the Premier League table and 10 points behind champions Chelsea last term.