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Tottenham can use Danny Rose to land previous target Layvin Kurzawa

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Tottenham can use Danny Rose to land previous target Layvin Kurzawa

Tottenham Hotspur full-back Danny Rose is being linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain.

The defender has not travelled with the squad to Singapore for the International Champions Cup so that he can explore different possibilities ahead of next season.

Sky Sports understand England international Rose is interesting French champions PSG, with Spurs hopeful of recouping around £20 million.

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Rose has been a brilliant servant for the club, joining from Leeds United back in 2007 for £1 million.

In recent seasons he has had his injury problems, but last term he showed signs of getting back to his best.

Many fans don’t want to see £60,000-a-week star Rose (Spotrac) leave, but his absence from the club’s pre-season tour is telling.


PSG’s interest in Rose could be a golden opportunity for Spurs to land someone they were linked with earlier this year.

TBR’s view

In March, Spurs were credited with an interest in PSG’s Layvin Kurzawa (Calciomercato).

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The Frenchman had to battle it out with Juan Bernat and Stanley Nsoki last term for game time, and there could be even more competition in 2019/20 with new signing Abdou Diallo able to operate at left-back too.

The €23 million/£20 million signing from AS Monaco (ESPN) would be a decent addition for Mauricio Pochettino, who would be losing a great player in Rose.

The 14-cap international star offers good attacking qualities and could be good competition for Ben Davies in the same way Rose has done.

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