Any plans that Manchester United have of raiding Tottenham this January will come at a cost, a cool £45 Million according to the media.
United are said to be interested in signing England defender Danny Rose and they can have their man providing they cough up Tottenham’s asking price.
Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino does not believe that Rose is 100% committed to the club and will reportedly allow the 27-year-old to leave in January.
It has never been the same between player and manager since Rose gave his controversial interview last summer when he slammed the Spurs transfer policy and wage structure and it was always a case of when and not if he would be sold.
It should also be noted that Rose is no longer an automatic first choice at White Hart Lane, Ben Davies has filled in efficiently while Rose was out injured and selling the defender would not be as big a loss as it would have been last season.
United are reportedly keen on signing Rose as are Man City and it is now a case of which club stumps up the cash first, they both know that the Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will not waver when it comes to haggling over price.
Another club interested is Chelsea but hell will freeze over first before Tottenham do a deal with their bitter London rivals.