Danny Rose is set to leave Tottenham in the current transfer window and favours a move abroad.
The 30-year old is in the last year of his contract in North London and finds himself out of favour for the left-back spot under Jose Mourinho.
He spent the second-half of last season on loan at Newcastle United, for whom he played 13 times, before and after lockdown, following a public falling-out with his manager following the goalless draw at Watford on January 18th.
A product of the Leeds youth academy, Rose joined Spurs in 2007 for a fee of £1 million and went on to play 214 games for them in all competitions. He has also played 28 times for England, although his international career now appears to be over.
Tottenham are likely to want only a modest fee for Rose and will be happy to get his £65,000 a week wages off their books.
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