|Spurs have been offered £60m for Danny Rose|
Shanghai SIPG boss Andre Villas-Boas recently offered Spurs £60m (€70.47m - AUS$98.29m - US$75.01m) for 26-year-old (27 in July) left-back Danny Rose according to The Sun.
The 1.74m (5ft 8 1⁄2in) Doncaster born England international, he now has 12 caps, has developed tremendously under Mauricio Pochettino who vowed to him he would make hi an England international. When he was first called up Mauricio Pochettino called him into his office and told him the club were letting him go, before revealing the real reason so the two do share a friendly working relationship.
Tottenham have told Manchester United, Manchester City and PSG that Rose is not for sale, but persistent rumours fly around that Mauricio Pochettino would be happy to be reunited with Luke Shaw.
I don't that Danny Rose would be interested in a move to China at this stage of his career and a World Cup not that far away. Harry Kane has turned down all offers choosing football over money. From a club perspective, Pochettino would have to consider whether selling Rose for £60 million and buying Luke Shaw for say £12 million would be a good piece of business.
Luke Shaw was regarded as one of the best attacking left-backs when at Southampton under the Argentinian and the difference in transfer fees, Shaw only has one year left on his contract this summer, would give Pochettino a healthy £45 million or more to spend strengthening the squad.
Would such a scenario be the right move or should we hang on to Rose?