By Abigail Withey
Tottenham defender Danny Rose has attracted fresh interest from Manchester United and Inter Milan, according to a recent report.
The Mirror has revealed that the north London club are preparing for approaches from the two European sides but will do their utmost to hold on to the 27-year-old.
The newspaper claims on their website that the Premier League side and Serie A giants are still interested in securing the left-back this summer despite his knee injury.
It is understood that Inter Milan were the front runners to sign Rose during the previous season until he picked up his knee problem while United remain on the look out for a left-back following the absence of Luke Shaw.
The report states that Rose signed a five-year-deal with the club last summer which sees him earn £70,000-a-week, but the England international knows he can earn more elsewhere.
Rose has been at the north London club for a decade and has become a mainstay over recent years.
Last season, the full-back made 21 appearances where he scored two goals and provided four assists but had a troubling campaign full of injuries after injuring his hamstring in January and later missing 21 games after picking up his knee injury.
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