Tottenham are reportedly ready to allow £50million-rated left-back Danny Rose to leave the club this month despite the transfer window being closed for Premier League clubs.
This means Spurs would be unable to sign a replacement, but the Daily Mirror report they’re prepared to let the England international go anyway as Paris Saint-Germain and Schalke show an interest.
Most foreign clubs can keep on signing players until the end of August, so that could mean Rose is snapped up in a big-money deal in the coming weeks.
Rose has fallen down the pecking order in Mauricio Pochettino’s side, in what looks a risky move by the Argentinian tactician.
The 28-year-old has been a top performer for Spurs in recent years and is widely regarded as one of the finest full-backs in Europe on his day.
PSG or Schalke could certainly do well to land Rose for around £50m, which just about looks a fair price in this crazy current market.
Tottenham fans, however, might not take too kindly to their club letting another big name go after selling Kyle Walker last summer and after also failing to bring any signings in this year.