Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose will reportedly be leaving the club this summer and will be looking forward to searching for another club before calling time on his football career. Rose, a former England international left-back, has been deemed surplus to requirements at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium and will now have to leave the club this summer after it was confirmed that he is no longer in the club’s plans for the coming season.

Under former manager José Mourinho, Rose was relegated from the first team and was no longer playing under the Portuguese manager. He was told by the former Chelsea and Manchester United boss that he was free to look for another club as he would not be getting more chances under him. Mourinho then signed Sergio Reguilon from Real Madrid and the Spain international defender cemented his spot as the club’s first-choice option on the left side of the defense.

Rose was signed from Leeds United back in the summer transfer window of 2007 and has spent 14 years at the club since then. During his 14-year stint, he has amassed a total of 214 appearances for Spurs. At 30, he is still able to play some fee more years before eventually retiring from professional football and could now finally accept the contract offers that he has been receiving from several other clubs.

Clubs in England and Scotland have been monitoring his situation at Tottenham for a while now and they could finally make an increased offer for him which he could consider irresistible. He has also been linked with a move to China, with Shanghai Shenhua keen to add him to their ranks for the coming season in their bid to challenge strongly for titles. Rose now has a set of options available to him and will make his decision in the coming days.

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