Report: West Brom determined to signal Tottenham defender Danny Rose
West Brom manager Sam Allardyce is “desperate” to sign Danny Rose from Tottenham Hotspur this month, according to reports from The Sun.
The 29-time England international is not on Jose Mourinho’s first team plans. He has no squad number and is likely to end his 13-year relationship with the North London club this month.
The report claims that Rose sat down in training and played for Spurs in several U23 games to keep herself fit.
The 30-year-old has a contract with the club until the end of the season and can be terminated by mutual agreement.
The Baggies want to add depth and quality to the defense, and Allardyce has Rose as a possible option. They may have to unload Kieran Gibbs to make way for his possible arrival.
However, Rose has many admirers. Newcastle United are interested in him, while top Spanish and German clubs are also looking to secure his signature. And the left-back wants to move abroad to revitalize his career.
Rose has no future at Spurs and is due to leave in January.
West Brom is 19th in the Premier League table and struggling to survive. Rose would be a very good signature for her because of his quality and wealth of experience.
Moving to Hawthorns could also come with many risks. If the Baggies fall, Rose has to play in the championship or he has to find another option.
It seems Rose has many options and is waiting for the right club to take its next move.