PSG 'leading the race' for Spurs' Danny Rose

Tottenham Set Price Needed To Buy Danny Rose Amid PSG and Schalke Interest

Tottenham Set Price Needed To Buy Danny Rose Amid PSG and Schalke Interest

Tottenham have left Danny Rose out of their pre-season tour of Asia as they attempt to sell the England left-back, according to The Telegraph.

The decision to grant Rose the chance to find a new home comes as somewhat of a surprise, given that the former Leeds United ace clocked up 37 appearances for Spurs in all competitions last season.

Spurs will reportedly seek a fee in the region of £25million for the 29-year-old.

While there is interest in Rose and the player is free to leave for £20m, it is claimed the defender remains keen to fight for his place in north London.

Tottenham explained Rose was "not travelling on tour to explore prospective opportunities with other clubs".

Should Rose leave, Spurs are expected to step up their pursuit of Fulham's England U21 global Ryan Sessegnon.

He still has two years left on his contract with the Champions League runners-up and a few days ago, the left-back was offered to Barcelona, claims Sport.

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