On loan Spurs man considers options.
Sunderland loanee Danny Rose is to postpone any decision over his future until the club’s Premier League safety is guaranteed, Sky Sports reports.
The 22-year-old joined The Black Cats on loan from Tottenham last summer and has impressed during his time at the Stadium Of Light despite the club’s disappointing campaign.
However, with Paolo Di Canio replacing Martin O’Neill a few weeks ago the change in management has left the full back unsure about his future.
“I have thought about my future,” he said. “When Martin O’Neill was here we did speak briefly. Obviously, that’s changed now and it’s not the time for me to go speaking to the new manager about what he wants for next season.
“The main priority now is to have Premier League status for next year. Once that’s sorted, once we’re safe, I’m sure there’ll be a conversation to be had.
“I know what I want to do next year, and we’ll just see what happens.”
The Italian has started life on Wearside on a positive note, securing two wins from his first three games to help the side take a giant leap towards safety.
Rose has made 25 appearances this season and with Spurs in the market for a new left back this summer it’s unlikely that the England under -21 international will want to play second fiddle to a new arrival at White Heart Lane.