Chelsea consider £40 million Danny Rose bid — Transfer News

Losing Rose would be a significant blow for Tottenham

Losing Rose would be a significant blow for Tottenham

Mourinho is said to want another wide player after adding Victor Lindelof, Nemanja Matic and Romelu Lukaku for a combined total of almost $200 million this summer.

"Manchester City have the best team on paper - it took a bit of an adjustment for Pep Guardiola but City are my favourites", Hargreaves told PremierLeague.com.

The Daily Mirror is reporting that the Red Devils, along with Serie A side Inter Milan, are keen on trying to lure the England full-back to Old Trafford this summer.

Indeed, Mourinho does have Daley Blind and even Matteo Darmian, who, despite being predominantly a right-back, has been deployed by the Portuguese with much success so far.

Inter watched Rose before he suffered a knee injury in March. The manager also has Ashley Young, who has impressed whenever called upon in the rather unfamiliar role.

The Italian has admitted a deal for Brazilian Sandro is looking increasingly unlikely with Juventus refusing to sell their £60million-rated defender.

Tottenham full-back Danny Rose is flattered to be linked with moves to Manchester United and Chelsea, according to reports. Rose would be a potent addition and would boost the Home Grown quota for the club as well.

Spurs are relying heavily on their stars staying put during the transfer window, so as to be ready and prepared for the new season.

The 27-year-old was out injured until now, which is why Tottenham didn't get many enquiries for the player.

Tottenham will be desperate to keep hold of Rose after already losing Kyle Walker to Manchester City but the newspaper says Mauricio Pochettino drew-up a list of possible replacements towards the end of last season in-case the England star was lured away from north London.

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