Mourinho won't rule out Man United move for Danny Rose

Mourinho won't rule out Man United move for Danny Rose

Bale to the Premier League rumors make very little sense. Sometimes you understand the frustration.

Spurs have been slow to move in the transfer window this summer, failing to bring anyone in on a permanent deal.

"Of course (he has a future). Nothing has changed on my perception of him", Pochettino said in his pre-Newcastle press conference.

Rose, who has been sidelined with a knee injury for six months, sparked a debate after the unusually forthright interview in The Sun newspaper in which he said he would discuss moving to another club if an offer came in. And yesterday, everyone's favorite anonymous and well-connected former footballer endeared himself to Tottenham Hotspur fans Monday with this tweet. "For me it's not a big issue, it's time to move on". If you are not moving forward, you are standing still and that may just be the case at Tottenham. "It's time to start a new season, it's exciting".

While the money would not be the problem for United, possibility of a swap from two teams would not hurt. "I'm not going to be stupid enough not to try and get the most out of it - medals, trophies and salary". They are more concentrated of the possibility for Doncaster-born player to come and play for Red Devils. He needs to work hard on his rehabilitation. Barca's belief is that Liverpool will blink first if the midfielder signals a desire to leave for Spain and they up their bid to £100m.

Mourinho won't rule out Man United move for Danny Rose
Mourinho won't rule out Man United move for Danny Rose

The 27-year-old does not want his side making purchases he has to look up on the internet.

In a shocking interview where he hit out at his current club for having a lack of ambition, said: "We need to sign players that I don't need to Google to know who they are".

And therefore a strong showing from Davies on Sunday would help everyone at the club and strengthen the Welshman's own position. "I don't think he's wrong there at all". We are so calm. City have outlaid more than £200m to add six new players to their squad while José Mourinho's United have spent out more than £140m.

How will Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham line up for the 2017-18 season?

"We are so competitive and so ambitious". The full-back hopes to return in September. Whether or not Rose will stay remains to be seen - his contract runs until 2021 - although he has questioned the club's lack of transfer activity.

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