By Danny Mills

12th Feb, 2020 | 12:07pm

Exclusive: Mills tips senior Tottenham star for cut-price exit after 'Great' transfer report

Danny Mills believes that Tottenham defender Danny Mills would love to seal a move to Paris St-Germain if the European giants come calling in the summer.

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, the former Leeds and Manchester City defender insists that the 29-year-old would be extremely tempted in moving to the French capital after falling down the pecking order at Spurs.

The Sun report that the Ligue 1 title-holders are set to conduct numerous scouting missions on the England international during his loan spell at Newcastle ahead of a prospective transfer this summer.

Having seen the left-back fall quickly out of favour under Jose Mourinho, Mills believes a move to Paris is the sort of move that Rose would be looking for to further his career at the top level.

“Well, why wouldn’t you? Champions League football, money, living in Paris – yeah, there are worse places to go, especially at that stage of his career,” Mills told Football Insider.

“What he needs to do is just start playing well for Newcastle, get games, do as well as he possibly can and then suddenly lots of opportunities will no doubt open up for him.

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“He won’t be that expensive come the end of the season, simply because he’ll be at that stage where there won’t be many players around, he’s got a year left on his contract and he’s desperate to leave. 

“I think it’s a great opportunity for him.” 

Rose played just five times under Mourinho since the Portuguese manager’s arrival at the club, three of those games coming in the Premier League.

He made his Newcastle debut off the bench against Norwich City and was ineligible to play against Oxford United in the FA Cup, meaning his first start could come against Spurs’ north London rivals Arsenal on Sunday.

In other Tottenham news, Football Insider pundit says one Spurs talent is set to pick up a “ridiculous” wage after contract talks.