- Tottenham defender Danny Rose has been tipped to leave the club next year
- Ian Wright and Andy Townsend both agree it is likely to happen
- Wright believes he could fetch around £50m
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Much has been made of Danny Rose’s situation at Tottenham, and BBC pundits Ian Wright and Andy Townsend believe he’ll be gone next year.
From his controversial interview with The Sun prior to the season starting, to his injury troubles and the storm that was caused after he was left out for the north London derby earlier this month, as per The Mirror, there has been a lot going on at Tottenham with regards to the England international.
With Ben Davies filling in well for him during his spell in the treatment room, coupled with the funds that could be raised with his sale, Spurs would arguably be in a comfortable position to bring in a top-class replacement.
It won’t be easy given what Rose adds to the team though with his energy, pace and ability to combine defensive solidity with attacking quality, but both Wright and Townsend feel a lot of damage has been done in recent months in terms of how Mauricio Pochettino needs to run his squad.
Further, Wright adds that he believes Tottenham could fetch around the same as the £50m they sold Kyle Walker to Manchester City for, as noted by The Guardian, and so it remains to be seen whether firstly they do agree to let him go, whether it be in January or at the end of the season, and if they can get that sort of money for him.
However, it’s difficult to disagree with the pair below, as all the signs would point towards an eventual exit with Man Utd specifically mentioned as a possible destination…
— BBC 5 live Sport (@5liveSport) November 27, 2017