Man United Willing to Pay £40M for Tottenham’s Danny Rose

Man United want 40 Million Danny Rose

Manchester United are still finding the rhythm in overtaking Man City in the Premier League. In order to do this, it’s reported that Jose Mourinho is eyeing Tottenham’s Danny Rose.

Reports have it that the possible transfer deal is worth £40 million, making this one of the biggest transfers this year.

Rose has already been eyed by Man United for some time. However, the possibility of the transfer moving forward were bleak, until now. Rumors about his interest in a move to the Reds have been swirling around the media for months. However, he decided to make it official as he stated in an interview that he would welcome any opportunity to move to another team if it means having higher chances of winning more trophies. And now, Manchester United is seeing this interest as an opportunity for them to increase their chances of getting a Premier League title.

Unfortunately, things don’t seem to be in sync when looking at the Spurs’ inner circle. Daniel Levy, Tottenham’s chief, says that he wouldn’t let any transfers push through, especially
when it comes to selling their most cherished possessions free. He says that this would just strengthen their rival teams, and he wouldn’t let it happen.

However, it’s not just Man United wishing to get Rose to play for their team. Along with the Reds, Juventus, Real Madrid, and Paris Saint-Germain are also hoping to attract the 27-year-
old. But out of the four clubs, the one who’s most aggressive is Manchester United. One source says that Jose Mourinho likes the playing style of Rose. It’s even said that the United coach is
expecting to have him early next year because of his natural fondness with the footballer.

And even though the relationship between Tottenham and Man United aren’t the best, it still boils down to money at the end of the day. This means that if the price is right for both clubs, then there are no reasons to doubt that the transfer won’t happen.

So, what’s up with the Spurs? Well, it’s safe to say that Pochettino’s decisions are still a big factor in the transfer. In his statement, he says that Rose isn’t in perfect shape as he just
recovered from a 10-month- long rehabilitation due to an injury. Though this is based on facts, one can easily say that this might be one of Pochettino’s tactics so that the other teams would look elsewhere. But if ever Danny Rose makes his way to Man United, then this would also mean Luke Shaw going to Tottenham.

Surprisingly, the Red Devils are more than willing to let this happen. And what’s even more surprising is that they’re prepared to pay a hefty sum of money just to get Rose to the team.
How much? £40 million!

And is it worth it? Well, it seems like it is. With a passing success percentage of 88.9% and an overall rating of 6.44, one can see that Rose’s statistics is way above average. The Englishman
is also pretty good when it comes to aerial duels, dribbling, and tackling. Plus, he’s a gifted defender. All of these traits are complementary to what Man United needs. And now that they’re trailing Manchester City’s strong 1/8 odds, it makes sense for them to double their efforts.

One way of doing that is by getting Rose to the team as soon as possible. The Red Devils are currently seated at the Premier League’s second spot with 14/1 odds to spare. But Chelsea and Tottenham are nearing them with 18/1 and 20/1 odds. To avoid them being stepped over by other teams, they need a legit defender/midfielder. Who is it? It might be Danny Rose.

So, when this transfer happens, it’ll then be highly recommended for you to bet on Man Unitedgames from the top UK betting sites. Why? It’s because their chances of title-contention are stronger than ever. That is if the transfer does happen, of course.

Mark

Football has always been my passion, a passion fueled by my late Grandfather whose love for the game was impossible not to share. I grew up with stories of Duncan Edwards and the Busby Babes, who my Granddad had seen first hand, and it was there my interest in the greatest football story ever told began. From the tragedy of the Busby Babes to the resurrection through Best, Law and Charlton. Then back in to obscurity for a quarter of a century until a certain Sir Alex Ferguson rolled in to town. Once you learn the history of the club it's hard not to fall in love with it. And for that I'll always be grateful to my Pops.

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