Juventus ’emerge as frontrunners to sign Danny Rose’

Juventus ’emerge as frontrunners to sign Danny Rose’ as Tottenham’s full-back shake up continues  

  • New Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri is interested in signing full-back Danny Rose 
  • The Tottenham man has two years left on his contract, but is available to buy
  • Danny Rose has been at Spurs for 12 years, and has also played for England 

Juventus have emerged as the favourites to sign Danny Rose from Tottenham Hotspur, according to The Mirror.  

While Tottenham are out in Singapore on their pre-season tour, full-back Danny Rose is back in England, working out his future. 

The defender has two years left on his contract in north London, but is free to leave this summer for a fee thought to be around £25million.  

Juventus have emerged as the favourites to sign Danny Rose from Tottenham Hotspur

The Englishman has two years left on his contract at Spurs, but has been made available

New Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri would’ve got a good look at Danny Rose in Chelsea’s matches against Spurs last season, and the Turin club would appear to be the most attractive option for the Englishman.

Paris Saint-Germain and Schalke are also interested, while Newcastle’s new manager Steve Bruce has also expressed interest in giving Danny Rose a return to the north of England.

Rose has been at Tottenham for 12 years, after leaving hometown club Leeds for £1million. 

Rose, who has been at Tottenham for 12 years, also has 27 appearances for the national team

He has made 198 appearances for Tottenham, scoring 10 goals and getting 27 assists. He also has 27 caps for England.

Rose is one of eight players made available by Tottenham for transfer as they aim to raise funds for new purchases, with record singing Tanguy Ndombele their only business so far this summer.

Kieran Trippier has already left, and lined up for Atletico Madrid in their pre-season match against Numancia on Saturday.




Share this article

Source: Read Full Article