Danny Mills has claimed that Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose will be “inundated” with offers should he leave the club this summer.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former Leeds United defender also suggested that he would like to see the 30-year-old make a return to Elland Road after he left the Yorkshire club for Spurs in 2007.
The left-back doesn’t appear to have a future in north London under Jose Mourinho, and was shipped out on loan to Newcastle United for the second half of the 2019/20 campaign.
But as revealed by Football Insider earlier in the week, the Magpies are now unlikely to make a permanent move for the player this summer.
Mills still believes that he will have plenty of suitors, however, with Leeds very much at the forefront of the ex-England international’s thinking.
Speaking to Football Insider, he said: “He could choose to sit and wait and be very very patient like we’ve seen other players do in the past.
“But as long as Tottenham are sensible and Daniel Levy’s purse pockets aren’t ridiculously tight like they usually are, they may well allow him to leave for a reasonably small fee to get him off the wage bill.
“If that’s the case he will be inundated with offers. I’m absolutely sure of that.
“He’s a Leeds lad, he could come back to Leeds.”
Rose featured just three times for Tottenham in the Premier League after Mourinho replaced Mauricio Pochettino in the dugout in November of last year.
As reported by Football Insider, Spurs value the 29-cap England international at around £5 million.
In other Tottenham news, Darren Bent has been wowed by an £18million “crazy bargain” transfer deal.