Danny Rose left out of Spurs pre-season tour of Asia with ex-Man Utd target free to leave for £25m
DANNY ROSE is edging closer to the Tottenham exit door after being left out of their pre-season tour of Asia, according to reports.
The England left-back will remain in the country in a bid to push through an exit after 12-years at the club.
Rose, 29, is available for around £25million with Mauricio Pochettino ready to swap both his full-backs, reports the Telegraph.
He is set to follow Kieran Trippier out of the door after they accepted a £25m bid from Atletico Madrid.
Rose remained an important figure last season having made 26 league appearances but the Argentina boss sees wants to replace him with Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon.
The 19-year-old is eyed as the perfect long-term replacement but the two clubs are struggling to agree a fee.
Fulham value him at £35m but as he enters the final year of his contract, Spurs are only willing to fork out £25m.
Tottenham are confident of finding a buyer following Rose’s impressive form in the second half of last season.
SunSport exclusively revealed how his £80,000-a-week wage packet could prove a stumbling block.
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Manchester United, City and Everton have all been linked with a move for the left-back in recent times.
He has already confirmed that he prefers a move up north but the trio of clubs appear to have turned their interest elsewhere.
United have Luke Shaw, City are signing Angelino and the Toffees have been impressed by Lucas Digne.