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Manchester United Will Have To Pay £53m To Get Star Player’s Signature

Subair Adams

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Manchester United remain keen on Tottenham defender Danny Rose’s signature this summer despite being rejected by their North London rivals during the previous transfer market in January.

The 27-year-old was heavily linked with a move out of Wembley stadium during the winter window but his speculated switch to Old Trafford failed to materialize. The England international has further fallen down the team’s pecking order since the second half of the season, playing as a backup to Davies who has been phenomenal for the Lilywhites throughout the campaign.

Despite the player’s decreasing value, United are told they must pay nothing less than £53m for the 27-year-old defender if they must capture his signature in the summer.

Mauricio Pochetino’s side are hoping they could sell him to the Red Devils at the same amount which the sold Paul Walker to newly crowned Premier League Champions Manchester City last summer but it remains to be seen if Mourinho would be too desperate to spend such huge amount on a striker.

Danny Rose is no doubt one of the best defenders in the League during last season and he will surely be a nice addition to Mourinho’s team who look disorganized at the back all through the season.

Rose has only managed just 14 matches for the North London club due to great understanding between Davies and Sanchez at the heart of the team’s defense.

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