A number of West Bromwich Albion fans have taken to Twitter to react to Alex Crook’s claim on talkSPORT concerning the Baggies and Spurs defender Danny Rose.
The Baggies have made a couple of signings in the early stages of the window. But the supporters will be hoping for further additions with the club looking to get themselves out of trouble.
And it appears that one player on Sam Allardyce’s radar is Rose. The left-back could become a free agent in this window.
Crook has told talkSPORT that Tottenham are considering cancelling the remaining months of the 30-year-old’s contract in North London.
And should he become available, Crook believes that West Brom would be very keen to bring him to the Hawthorns.
Rose has endured a difficult time on the pitch in the last couple of years. His stock seems to have fallen quite considerably. And he has not played for Tottenham since returning from a loan spell at Newcastle last season.
Nevertheless, it appears that plenty of West Brom fans would love to see him arrive this month. They believe that he would be an upgrade on their current options at left-back.
And while his wages may be expensive – Spotrac shows that he is on £60,000-a-week at Spurs – the lack of a transfer fee would seemingly leave several Baggies supporters suggesting that it is a no-brainer.
With that in mind, here is how some of the fans have reacted to the notion that they could target Rose…
Be a good signing 100% improve the squad.. LB has cost us last few games
— Freddie (@theFreddieT) January 13, 2021
I don’t mind that shout 👍
— bob180 (@bob18011) January 13, 2021
Big wages but no transfer fee, hopefully could happen
— James Jenkins (@JimJProduction) January 13, 2021
Short term deal no brainer.
— Greg Bishop (@BiffyBoy1982) January 13, 2021
Get him in.
— Nicola (@nic_gloucs) January 13, 2021
Big upgrade, pl proven, and will be a solid player if he stays fit
— Josh (@josh_futba) January 13, 2021
Danny Rose would be a cracking addition but I think he would be looking for a better team than us 🥺
— Pete M (@pete_wba) January 13, 2021
— Devonshire Baggies (@DevonBaggies) January 13, 2021