VIVE LA ROSE PSG to scout Danny Rose during Newcastle loan as French giants eye summer transfer from Spurs

DANNY ROSE will be watched by French giants Paris St Germain when he turns out for Newcastle.


Posted Sunday, February 09, 2020 by Thesun.co.uk

Tottenham’s exiled left-back, 29, is playing for his next move during his loan spell with the Toon and PSG are hot on his trail.

VIVE LA ROSE PSG to scout Danny Rose during Newcastle loan as French giants eye summer transfer from Spurs
Danny Rose hopes his loan deal with Newcastle will revive his Euro 2020 chances, as well as attracting the interest of major European clubs Credit: Alamy Live News

VIVE LA ROSE PSG to scout Danny Rose during Newcastle loan as French giants eye summer transfer from Spurs
Left-back Danny Rose claims he was never given a fair chance once Jose Mourinho took over as Spurs manager Credit: Reuters

And with a spell in the shop window Rose is keen to prove he can still be a top-flight operator.

PSG were keen to take the England international during the window when they feared French cap Layvin Kurzawa was leaving.

Both Juventus and Arsenal want Kurzawa and are likely to return for him this summer when it will be easier to do a deal.

This would leave PSG needing a left-back and Rose will be top of their watchlist as he comes out of the shadows at Spurs.

GLAMOUR MOVE

Rose was keen to head to Newcastle despite claiming he would let his Spurs contract run out.

The Yorkshireman will also be looking for the right deal in the next window and a glamour move to PSG could appeal to him.

And already this weekend he has voiced his frustration at Spurs boss Jose Mourinho giving him few opportunities to prove his worth, before his loan exit.

he told BBC Radio 5 Live, he said: "I do feel I wasn't given as much of a chance as everybody else in the backline. I did want to play for him.

"I knew after a month [of Mourinho joining] I was never going to play. It was difficult going out to train knowing I wasn't going to play.

"It's not worked out, but full respect to him and what he's doing at the club. He took over with the club 12 points adrift of Chelsea [now in fourth place] and now it's four."



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