Manchester United cleared to sign £65,000-a-week star as club set asking price

Manchester United have reportedly been given the green light to sign Tottenham Hotspur’s Danny Rose in the upcoming transfer window. The Englishman has seemingly fallen out-of-favour under Mauricio Pochettino with just two starts in the top-flight this term.

According to The Mirror, Spurs could be willing to do business with United for Rose as they have intensified their search for a potential replacement. Rose publicly hit out at his club’s hierarchy earlier in the summer for their limited spending in the transfer market, and he has since struggled to make himself a regular after overcoming a knee injury.

As per The Mirror, Rose has set his sights on a move north, and this is likely to favour United, who had made a tentative enquiry for his services earlier in August. The Englishman is currently valued at £45m by Spurs, and this is pretty much an affordable sum in present day market considering the £50m fees Manchester City paid up for summer arrivals Kyle Walker and Benjamin Mendy.

The Doncaster-born lad is also on the radar of London side Chelsea, but Spurs will surely block any approach as they would rather avoid selling him to a direct rival within their surroundings.


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