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Manchester United are confident of completing £50m deal for Tottenham star

Manchester United have been backed to sign Tottenham defender Danny Rose GETTY Manchester United have been backed to sign Tottenham defender Danny Rose
Kristopher Love | 06 December, 2017, 00:14

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.

But it would leave both players happier than ever, with Barkley getting a fresh start, and Rose getting to enjoy his football under a manager he once raved about.

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

Manchester United's need for a proper left-back this season has been highlighted by Ashley Young - a 32-year-old winger - serving as a better option than Luke Shaw, Matteo Darmian or Daley Blind.

Manchester United are increasingly confident of signing Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose in a £50m deal either in January or next summer, according to the Daily Mail.

Furthermore, the expected deal of £50 million could suffer increment, as the Red Devils' fellow contenders for the Leeds United youth academy product's signature include Manchester City and Chelsea. The Red Devils were interested in him last summer but the north London club refused to sell, having already sold Kyle Walker in the same period.

Should Rose move to Old Trafford, it is likely he would double the £80,000-a-week he is now earning at Spurs.

Pochettino has Ben Davies, Wales 24-year-old left-back in his starting line-up and despite Rose's preference for staying with the club he has registered close to 150 appearances for.

United are also believed to be open to exploit Tottenham's apparent interest in Shaw, who worked with Pochettino while at Southampton, but Spurs are not keen on a part-exchange deal involving in the seven-time England global.