Tottenham outcast Danny Rose is currently attracting interest from Asian clubs and is set to sit down with the club and review his future in the coming days. The former England international defender has fallen out of favor at Tottenham and was deemed surplus to requirements by former manager José Mourinho during his time in charge of the club.
However, there was a little bit of hope for Rose after Daniel Levy, Tottenham owner, decided to relieve Mourinho of his duties after several poor performances and results on the pitch. Mourinho’s departure from the club gave Rose’s chances of featuring for Tottenham again a glimmer of hope as he looked forward to impressing new interim manager Ryan Mason who was appointed as the club’s temporary manager.
But after overseeing a few games as the club’s manager, Mason has still not shown Rose that he has a future at the club, alerting a couple of Asian teams to show interest in the player. According to The Sun, Japanese side Yokohama Football Club and Chinese outfit Shanghai Shenhua have both registered interest in Rose and would love to sign the star when the European summer transfer window opens later this year.
Rose is said to be weighing his options and will decide in the coming days whether or not he will accept the offers from those clubs.