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Danny Rose Told Manchester United To Wait For More Than A Year For His Services

Bright Okafor

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Onetime Manchester United prime transfer target Danny Rose has told the Red Devils and potential suitors to wait until 2021 before vying for his services as he is currently unavailable for sale.

The England international full-back was heavily linked to Manchester United during José Mourinho’s reign due to the Portuguese’s lack of trust in Luke Shaw’s abilities.

Despite Mourinho’s unrelenting efforts to have the player at Old Trafford, Tottenham successfully stayed glue to Rose’s services.

Though the Red Devils have since moved on from the player’s services, some transfer podcasts still believe that Solskjaer will be happy to have the England international at Old Trafford.

However, Rose has responded to rumors linking him out of Tottenham in the next summer window as he said that he is happy under Mauricio Pochettino’s guide.

According to the player while speaking with The Evening Standard, he isn’t interested in changing clubs before the end of his contract with Tottenham which will run until 2021.

Watford is equally said to be looking at the possibility of signing the 29-year-old in the summer, but the Hornets will now have to end the chase over his services until after 18 months.

Rose hasn’t been a stable figure in Pochettino’s starting lineup so far this season, no thanks to form and fitness concerns.

Okafor Bright is a B.Eng holder of Petroleum Engineering who is passionate about sports, articles and content development.