Manchester United can sign Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose in January if they meet Spurs’ £50million valuation of the player, according to the latest reports from the Mirror.
Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino only wants players fully committed to his project at Tottenham and has told his scouts to find him a new left-back as the London club seemingly begins to prepare for life after Rose.
The Doncaster native irked his manager and fans when he questioned Spurs’ wage structure and iterated a desire to play in the north of England before retiring.
A player of Rose’ quality would add much needed strengthening to United’s full-back ranks.
32-year-old Ashley Young currently finds himself installed as the first-choice left-back after the likes of Luke Shaw, Daley Blind, and Matteo Darmian, players all ahead of Young in the pecking order at the beginning of the season, have fallen out of favour with manager Jose Mourinho.