Tottenham Hotspur will agree to sell Danny Rose to Manchester United providing they meet their transfer value.
The left back has been heavily linked with a move away from the North London club, especially after criticising his clubs transfer policy and wage structure during the summer break.
He defender hinted at a move away where he would be able to earn far more than he does at Tottenham, with Manchester United heavily linked. However, his injury at the time combined with Spurs’ reluctance to sell meant that a deal was not forthcoming.
A few months down the line however, and with Rose back to fitness, rumours of his upcoming exit have increased once more, with Manchester United once again believe to be interest.
According to the Star on Sunday, Spurs will agree to sell the England international in the January transfer window, providing that Manchester United meet their valuation of £45m