A report by Le 10 Sport has claimed that Aston Villa and West Ham are two Premier League clubs interested in signing Tottenham defender Danny Rose.
The article mentions PSG as a club who possibly fancy Rose, with their left-back Juan Bernat ruled out long-term with a knee ligament injury.
It does pretty much rule out PSG from signing the 30-year-old, however, suggesting that although they have previously held an interest they won’t pursue him now.
The interest pieces from the story are that which suggests interest from West Ham and Aston Villa in securing Rose’s services.
Under Jose Mourinho, the defender hasn’t really had a look in and was shipped out on loan to Newcastle for the second half of last season.
His days at Tottenham look numbered, especially with Sergio Reguilon set to sign for the club in the coming days, according to reports.
Aston Villa have added Matty Cash and Ollie Watkins to their squad this season but it’s questionable as to whether they need to fork out for a left-back.
Matt Targett proved a decent acquisition last season and Neil Taylor is a capable understudy going into their new league campaign.
West Ham are desperate for new additions and a left-back would perhaps be beneficial for them.
Aaron Cresswell has flattered to deceive, whilst Ben Johnson is still relatively young. Some experience into the back four could help them push on during 2020/21.
Whoever does get Rose will probably be able to bag him for a relatively decent transfer fee and the player is currently earning £60,000-a-week at Tottenham (Spotrac).
Playing football should be the priority for Rose and at 30 he still has plenty to offer someone for the next few years.