The future for Danny Rose with Tottenham Hotspur is coming to a head later this week as the two sides are preparing for in-depth talks about the future.
Manchester United is interested in Rose after what is being described as a breakdown of his relationship with manager Mauricio Pochettino, according to ESPN FC reports.
Rose’s agent, Mark Rankine, is due to meet with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy and while Rose desires a switch before the transfer deadline, Levy is not interested in a sale at this point.
United boss Jose Mourinho said that he had “nothing to do with interview” and that Pochettino and Levy “would not be happy” if he commented.
United are interested although Spurs are yet to receive any bids this summer.
Rose, who inked a five-year contract worth around £65,000-a-week last September, questioned Tottenham’s ambition and claimed that he is open to offers from other clubs, believing he is not making enough money.