Premier League outfit Bournemouth are reportedly joining the race to try sign Tottenham defender Danny Rose.
According to the Daily Mirror, Bournemouth are ready to enter the pursuit to try sign the 29-year-old during the current January transfer window.
It is understood that top-flight duo Watford and Newcastle United are already chasing the in-form left-back this month.
The report explains that Spurs will be willing to allow the full-back’s exit in January if the right price is paid for him, but it’s unclear on how much they value him.
Rose has struggled to make a serious impact since manager Jose Mourinho took over midway through this season and has been frozen out of the picture lately.
The 29-time capped England international has been on a downhill spiral at Spurs over the last year and it looks like an exit makes sense for all parties.
With Rose’s exit on the cards in January if his valuation is met, Spurs would be able to let Ben Davies and Ryan Sessegnon scrap it out for the number one left-back spot in the team.
Rose has given so much in a Spurs shirt since he joined back in 2007, but needs a fresh move to try get his career back on track and there is no shortage of suitors.
He’s not quite got the blistering pace he once had and isn’t featuring in Mourinho’s plans, but could definitely be a quality addition for any of the teams fighting relegation in the Premier League.