The Red Devils have been eyeing up defender Danny Rose for a number of weeks but theDaily Express says that the Lilywhites have "informed Manchester United that Danny Rose is not for sale and any offers will be rejected".
"They have not brought anybody in and I think something will happen at Tottenham in the next three weeks before the window shuts".
'At my age, and having missed six months with injury, I have been thinking about this quite a lot, ' said Rose. He didn't go as far as to offer an ultimatum, but the tone of the interview suggests that Spurs can only appease Rose by signing household names while increasing salaries of the club's most valuable assets.
I remember a more humble interview where he acknowledged that if it wasn't for Poch he wouldn't be anywhere near the player he is now!
"But after that, I definitely feel we need to bolster the squad". He is a strong tackler and loves to run at defenders with the ball at his feet.
This late in the transfer window, Chelsea don't have much leverage either.
What Are The Chances Of Signing Him?
There's no need for that, it's gone, he's proven to everyone he's a good footballer, a very good footballer.
However, he runs a tight financial ship and that means that Tottenham do not pay their players massive wages, well not by top club standards anyway. Rose is open to a Chelsea move.
Tottenham's rigid wage structure has often proved to expedite the departure of players from their ranks.
"After 60 minutes, [Antonio] Conte has brought on [Cesc] Fabregas, Hazard and Costa and they've changed the match".
Pochettino is now ready to discuss the situation with the player and may be prepared to sell him if he feels he is not committed to the club. They're still in the game, they bring on Costa, Hazard and Fabregas and they won.
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