Tottenham have reportedly received a bid from Premier League club Watford for defender Danny Rose.
According to the Daily Mail in its live blog (August 8, 15:09), Watford have stepped up their interest in the England international by submitted a £14million offer.
But the report details that Spurs value him closer to £28million, as he still has two years remaining on his contract with them.
The Daily Mail reported earlier in their blog (August 8, 11:12am) that Watford were interested in Rose, while also adding that a potential exit is on the cards still on deadline day if Spurs sign Ryan Sessegnon.
Watford are believed to have now launched an offer, but they are someway short of the price tag.
Spurs will surely hold out for much closer to their £28million valuation for Rose, as he’s still a quality left-back that impressed in the Champions League laat season.
The 29-year-old full-back has been a key performer during his time in North London and been an ever-present under manager Mauricio Pochettino.
It will be big footsteps for Ben Davies to step into if he’s in line for the number one left-back position, as Rose has proven himself to be tough to beat defensively and also an attacking threat when bombing forward with pace.