Tottenham full-back Danny Rose is flattered to be linked with moves to Manchester United and Chelsea, according to reports.
Spurs have already let one full-back leave this summer when Kyle Walker joined Manchester City for £50million and now interest seems to be growing in their left-back.
Both Chelsea and Manchester United have been linked with the 27-year-old this week, with Antonio Conte willing to bid £40million for Rose, according to The Sun.
And now the Evening Standard claims that Rose “has been wondering whether he might one day benefit from a change of scene” and is “happy” to be linked with Tottenham’s Premier League rivals.
The report continues by saying that Rose has recently pondered whether he will be able to win trophies at Spurs as he has bold ambitions for his future.
Rose hasn’t played since January 31 when he damaged his knee in a 0-0 draw at Sunderland and is likely to remain out of action until September.
Current circumstances and Daniel Levy’s notorious tough negotiating means that it’s very unlikely that Rose will be going anywhere this summer.