Rose to Everton?
Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose has a new suitor in the hunt for his signature next season, with Everton keen on his signing.
It seems as though Rose could be on his way out of North London this summer. It is known the Leeds-born star has the ambition to move back up North and has been linked with several Premier League clubs.
The Sun now reports that Everton are hoping to bring him in for around £40 million, as other teams such as Manchester United begin to cool their interest.
Spurs are seemingly willing to let Rose go this summer, with Ben Davies now the number one left-back at the club. A replacement will still need to be brought in if Rose is sold, considering the amount of games Spurs can expect to play next season.
But if they can get £40 million for the England international, then selling to Everton makes perfect sense.
Spurs face more competition in their hope of keeping star talent Reo Griffiths, as Juventus and Roma now join the hunt for his permanent signature.
As reported in The Mirror’s live transfer feed (26/05/18, 19:59) the two Italian giants are part of a growing contingent of suitors for the teenage forward.
Griffiths has scored 34 goals for the Tottenham youth-team this season and is considered one of the hottest talents at the club. Celtic, Barcelona and RB Leipzig have all previously been linked with the player and Spurs are set to offer him a professional contract
Tottenham must do whatever they can to keep Griffiths, as he has all the ability to go on and have an impact in the first-team such as previous academy talent Harry Kane.
No get-out for Poch
Tottenham fans can also rest easy regarding some reports over a clause in Mauricio Pochettino’s new contract.
It had been suggested that the Argentine had a get-out clause in his deal if European giants PSG or Real Madrid came calling.
But Football.London report that the Spurs boss has no such clause in his deal. That news will undoubtedly please Tottenham fans, who want Pochettino to be their manager long into the future.