Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose is within touching distance of joining Turkish side Trabzonspor but the English defender faces a last minute decision on whether or not to relocate to Turkey; something he is desperately unsure of.
Rose, 30, joined Spurs all the way back in 2007 after making the switch from Leeds United’s youth academy.
Over the last 14-years with Spurs, Rose grew to become one of England’s most reliable full-backs.
The 30-year-old’s attacking threat and relentless energy down the flanks helped him force his way into the England squad.
After making his international debut in 2016, Rose continued to impress at the highest possible level.
However, most shockingly, since the arrival of current manager Jose Mourinho, Rose has struggled to nail down a place in the Londoner’s side.
After seemingly being axed from Mourinho’s plans which was highlighted in Amazon’s fly-on-the-wall style documentary ‘All or Nothing‘, Rose has been hotly tipped to move on.
There have been recent suggestions that Rose has emerged as a transfer target for Turkish side Trabzonspor but a proposed move has fallen through, as reported by TalkSport.
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Trabzonspor’s president Ahmet Agaoglu recently hinted that COVID-19’s quarantine regulations may be preventing the move from getting across the line.