Danny Rose to stay with Spurs as potential Trabzonspor move turned off
Tottenham left-back Danny Rose is expected to stay with the club for the remainder of the season after interest from Turkish club Trabzonspor failed to translate into a transfer.
Rose is out of contract at the end of the season and will be released as a free agent, having not played for Spurs since January 2020 after being frozen by manager Jose Mourinho.
The 30-year-old England international spent the second half of last season on loan at Newcastle, but he was unable to secure a permanent move last summer and was left out of the dispute completely in 2020 / 21 as his contract nears expiration. in June.
Rose hasn’t even been named to a single Spurs first-day squad this season and his only action of any kind has been two appearances in under 23 in November.
According to Sky Sports, the interest Trabzonspor had in nothing has come and instead of being able to arrange another move in the few hours left before the transfer deadline, Rose is now likely to stay at Spurs for the last five. month of his contract. .
When he leaves Spurs, Rose will end a 14-year association with the club, having arrived from Leeds a few weeks after his 17th birthday in the summer of 2007.
He scored an astonishing goal against Arsenal in a North London derby on his Premier League debut in 2010, but spent time on loan at Watford, Peterborough, Bristol City and Sunderland, interspersed with a handful of appearances with Spurs, before finally becoming a regular. in 2013.
Rose actually played the most games in a single season for Spurs as recently as 2018/19 and started the Champions League final for Liverpool in Madrid, but her career in north London s ‘was actually over a few months later and now he just has to wait. IT out.
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