Tottenham will sell Danny Rose to Manchester United next month – if they receive an offer of £45million.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino, having sold right-back Kyle Walker to Manchester City for a massive £50m, is ready to sanction the sale of Rose, too.
There have been issues with Rose, 27, this season, including his criticism of the club’s transfer policy.
And no-nonsense Pochettino only wants players who he feels are totally committed to the club.
Rose, therefore, could go, as he is already in competition for the left-back role at Spurs with Wales star Ben Davies, 24.
And the Daily Star Sunday can reveal that Tottenham are also assessing other left-backs.
Rose has privately indicated that he would be keen to play at the new 61,500-capacity White Hart Lane next season.
But it is now felt that Rose will leave next year, either in the summer or in the January transfer window. United have a strong interest in Rose but could face competition from neighbours Manchester City.
Another possible contender for Doncasterborn Rose is Sam Allardyce, newly installed as manager of Everton and with plenty of cash to splash.
Chelsea have also been linked but that would not get Rose back to the north, which it is believed he would be keen to do.
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