English defender Danny Rose is keen in turning his loan deal at Newcastle United from Tottenham Hotspur to a permanent one.
The player who is said to have a frost relationship with Spurs boss Jose Mourinho is also said to be keen on the move though his parent club is expected to ask for a fee around £14million for his services.
The player believes he has settled at the club as he is guaranteed a starting place in the side as he bids to impress ahead of the Euros that is slated for next year.
Spurs boss Jose Mourinho fueled speculations about the player’s future at Spurs before their Wednesday tie where he admitted that he wasn’t sure if Rose will be part of them in the coming season.
"No, no decision is made (about Rose’ future). To be honest, since he left, I didn’t speak with him. His feelings are important. His happiness is important. Steve Bruce and Newcastle I think they also deserve to have an important word on this situation,” Mourinho said.
Rose still has a year left on his existing arrangement with Spurs but is keen to move back to the north of England.