According to the latest reports, it looks as if Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has given a green signal to the Danny Rose transfer.

Rose found himself injured during the previous season and upon his return this campaign he has found it really difficult to break into the first team setup. So much so that he vented his anger on multiple occasions and has also asked the management to let him move out. And as per the news, it seems that Pochettino has finally heard his plea.

The English left-back will be allowed to move out of the club as soon as the January transfer window opens up and it seems as if Manchester United is going to be his preferred destination. While Chelsea are also interested in signing him up but Rose is interested in a United transfer because Mourinho will offer him a more or less guaranteed start.

The 27-year-old is being valued at €48 million and Manchester United might just use Luke Shaw as part of a swap deal in order to sign Rose in January.

Even though Pochettino has given a go-ahead to the deal but the final decision to release the player will have to pass through Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.

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