Tottenham Hotspur have informed Danny Rose he can leave the club this summer, with just one year left on his contract in North London.
The England international fell out of favour under Jose Mourinho last season and ended the campaign on loan at Newcastle United.
According to a report from The Telegraph, Tottenham are hoping to sell Rose this summer to raise funds and not lose him on a free transfer next summer.
The report also details who might be interested in the player. Newcastle have moved on, with Sassuolo defender Rogerio looking likely to end up at St James’ Park instead.
So it is Wolves and Brighton who are being mentioned as potential destinations.
Jonny is currently sidelined with a knee injury whilst Matt Doherty, who could operate in the role, has recently joined Tottenham.
Wolves would therefore be an ideal location for the 30-year-old to continue his career, as he would get regular football and be challenging at the top end of the Premier League.
However, the report is not definitively clear on any interest in Wolves for the player, instead just suggesting he could be an ideal option for the club.
What is clear is that Tottenham are ready to let Rose go this summer and Wolves could certainly benefit from his introduction into their current squad.
So a transfer would certainly not seem beyond the realms of possibility.