Tottenham prepare themselves for Danny Rose bids

Tottenham Hotspur feel that Danny Rose could still leave the club this month, but they will only let him leave for another world record fee.

Spurs sold right-back Kyle Walker to Manchester City earlier this summer for a fee in excess of £50million and it is understood they would want more than £60million for Rose.

Rose was outspoken in his criticism of Spurs earlier this month in an interview, where he revealed his concerns about Tottenham and not investing enough, and although he later apologised, sources close to Tottenham think it is a matter if when rather than if Rose will leave.

Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea are all understood to be keeping a close look at Rose and are weighing up potential offers before the window closes this month.

Spurs believe there is a chance that offers could come in for Rose and they are not ruling out a possible deal, indeed that has prompted them to again make contact with Fulham about long-term target Ryan Sessegnon.

17-year-old Sessegnon is a player that Spurs have been looking at for over 12-months and it is understood he is the player they will move for should Rose leave, and sources believe a bid in excess of £20million would secure him – should they need to.

Bookmakers have cut the odds on Rose to leave, and in-turn the odds on Sessegnon have come in too.

We spoke to BetVictor’s Head of antepost Football Michael Triffitt about Rose and Sessegnon.

“After Tottenham full back Danny Rose publicly criticised the club for its lack of ambition in the transfer market,  speculation has seen the player linked elsewhere with Manchester United 3/1 favourites to tempt him North. Chelsea may well look to offer the player a chance to stay in the capital however and are available at 8/1 and its 12/1 bar those two,” he told

“Spurs have already seen a bid for promising Fulham left back Ryan Sessegnon turned down but may well test the Championships clubs resolve with a further bid.

“They are 2/1 favourites to finally get their man with Liverpool looking potential rivals for his signature and backed from 20/1 into 6/1 after good support. Again its 12/1 bar those clubs.”

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