Danny Rose could be a shock mover this week to France on-loan or a permanent deal
Drew Bartle Head Sports Editor
Tottenham’s out of favour left-back England international Danny Rose could be out of the club by the end of the week, with Marseille emerging as a likely destination – be it on-loan or a permanent transfer (via the Star).
The 28-year old wants to improve his chances in the England set-up, after only appearing as a substitute at the World Cup this summer in Russia. Gareth Southgate is set to name his squads for the upcoming fixtures against Spain and Switzerland – and a move to a new club in Europe would likely boost his selection chances.
While Danny Rose was on the bench for the club’s home win over Fulham, he didn’t get any minutes in and wasn’t even selected for the opening day victory away at Newcastle.
Marseille are looking likely to hold the key in Rose’s situation in north London, and they now look the most likely destination, according to the Star, after both Paris St-Germain and German side Schalke previously showed interest.
Ironically Tottenham travel to Manchester United today in the Monday Night Football and United’s left-back Luke Shaw could be the beneficiary of an England recall – leaving Rose out of the reckoning due to his absence from the Spurs side so far this season.
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