Manchester United backed to complete Danny Rose transfer in January window


The transfer window may be closed but clubs are still working hard ahead of January and next summer so we'll bring you all the latest gossip from around the globe.

United were touted as a potential destination for Rose in the summer, but Mourinho held off on making a formal approach due to his ongoing injury situation.

Add to that a controversial interview Rose did over the summer about Tottenham's transfer strategy and he has found it hard to get back into the team.

The Red Devils are confident of signing England worldwide Danny Rose either in the new year or at the end of the current campaign, as per claims.

The 27-year-old reacted badly to being substituted during Tottenham's Champions League win over APOEL last night with Rose seen storming straight down the tunnel after he was replaced by Kyle Walker-Peters in the 70th minute.

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But, reports in recent hours suggest Manchester United are convinced they can sign Rose in January.

Rose was also left "fuming" after he was left out of Tottenham's starting lineup for the 2-0 derby defeat to Arsenal in November and, despite Mauricio Pochettino insisting that there were no issues between the pair, Rose's future at White Hart Lane has still been scrutinised heavily.

With that said and done, the Portuguese manager is looking to find a proper defender who can play on the left hand side of his back-line, with Luke Shaw ready to be offloaded and Ashley Young filling that spot at present.

Jose Mourinho has now set his eyes on Danny Rose thoughtfully, as he believes the English worldwide will become Manchester United's next first-choice left back in a £50 million deal, reports Daily Mail.

Through all that, Mourinho has become more mindful of how thin his options are at full-back and left wing-back.