Following a tumultuous 2018/19 campaign, Danny Rose has hinted that he might be edging close to an exit from Tottenham
The 2017/18 campaign where he struggled with injuries, Danny Rose bounced back decently enough last season. The Spurs full back racked up 20 league starts. It was a great relief for the England international who was not necessarily in the picture at the start of the campaign. However, a strong finish to the end of the season saw Rose represent the London giants in the Champions League final.
However, the Englishman’s ability in the final third of games has been questioned quite a lot. Despite his unwavering passion and commitment to the cause, Danny Rose is perhaps never going to be a regular full back for Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
And although Tottenham are not really looking to sell him, Danny Rose has hinted that a departure could be on the cards. Rose suggests that the club’s transfer policy could force them into making a decision.
Speaking to the Independent following England’s 3rd place finish in the Nations League, Danny Rose gave some insight into what could happen in the summer.
‘If I am (still at Tottenham), great, if not – great.’
‘It’s no secret I’ve been linked with a move in the media. And it’s the club’s policy to move players on when they reach a certain age.’
Moreover, it has to be pointed out that Spurs are rumored to be interested in acquiring Ryan Sessegnon who is a much better offensive option. The England Under 21 international is looking to leave Fulham following their relegation to the Championship. And the youngster is definitely going to be a great replacement for Rose who at the age of 28, might not be against the idea of trying something new in his career.