Everton and Tottenham swap deal could make both players happier than ever

Everton and Tottenham swap deal could make both players happier than ever

Everton and Tottenham swap deal could make both players happier than ever

Jose Mourinho has now set his eyes on Danny Rose thoughtfully, as he believes the English global will become Manchester United's next first-choice left back in a £50 million deal, reports Daily Mail.

Should Rose move to Old Trafford, it is likely he would double the £80,000-a-week he is now earning at Spurs.

The Daily Mail reports that a £50m ($66m) fee should be enough to complete the deal for a player who has questioned the club's wage structure and admitted that he would consider a move away if an opportunity arises at the slightest.

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Reports in the press now claim that Mourinho is determined to get Rose on board, and although negotiations with Spurs will be hard, expects to and him in a £50million deal.

United could be forced to wait until next summer to get their man, but Jose Mourinho is known to be in the market for a new left-back having resorted to playing Ashley Young in that position for the majority of the season so far. The only time Rose has played this season has been in the Carabao Cup as a substitute, in victories over Burton Albion and Swansea City, which has been really frustrating for the player. Due to this, he was signed and it seems manager Mauricio Pochettino and the Spurs' management are now keen on selling him and have made him available for a sale, if any club can pay their asking price. Spurs will also want to make the most out of this opportunity to make money and have already started looking for alternatives to replace the Englishman. With things not going as per plan for the Argentine manager, it will be best for the club to change things around in the January transfer window if they wish to be serious contenders for some silverware.

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