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.