Manchester United Take Huge Decision On Danny Rose Transfer

Tottenham's Danny Rose looks dejected.

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Manchester United have decided to halt their pursuit of Tottenham Hotspur full-back Danny Rose.

The Red Devils have been desperate for a quality left-back, even before the start of the previous season, when Jose Mourinho was scouting for some exciting names, including Danny Rose.

The English international, who is crucial for the country’s chances in the World Cup, was unsettled at the start of the previous season, as he spoke openly about the wage structure at Tottenham Hotspur.

And it was expected that he would be sold at the right price this summer, which led to Manchester United retaining their interest in his services. But Spurs ended up slapping a price tag of £50m, which has seen United hesitate.

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The Reds have since gone on to sign Diogo Dalot this summer, and reports now claim that they have stopped pursuing Rose as an option.

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It is understood that Mourinho has already informed the United hierarchy that the Englishman is no longer needed at Old Trafford, and that a quality CB is now their priority.

The same story goes on to claim that Mauricio Pochettino and Rose have had a dialogue, and have resolved their issues. So Rose might return from the World Cup to learn that he will be a regular in Spurs’ first team next season as well.

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He is also a transfer target for the likes of Everton, Juventus, and Borussia Dortmund, but Pochettino is expected to keep him at the club for another season.

The Argentinian sees Ryan Sessegnon as the right man to replace Rose, who might be available next summer. So till then, Rose will be valued at £50m, and might still find new suitors if he has an impressive World Cup.

At the moment, he will remain a Spurs player come the start of the next season.

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