Tottenham plan to sell Danny Rose for a knockdown fee of around £5million this summer when he enters the final year of his contract, Football Insider has learned.
The Londoners valued the outspoken left-back at £50m two-and-a-half years ago, when he was at his peak and rated one of the best in his position in Europe.
A Tottenham source has told Football Insider that the club will listen to offers for Rose this summer but know that his value has plummeted and the market will be a very challenging one.
Spurs knocked back an offer just short of £15million from Watford last summer while there was also strong interest from PSG and Schalke.
But Rose wanted to stay in the Premier League and remained at Tottenham for the first half of the season.
He subsequently joined Newcastle United on loan in January after losing his regular starting spot despite the unavailability of Ben Davies and amid rumours of a fall-out with Jose Mourinho.
The Portugese sees no way back in his team for the Spurs academy product, who turns 30 next month and has became as well known for his no-holds-barred opinions as his playing performances.
Rose will soon enter the final 12 months of his Tottenham contract and is not expected to play for the club again.
He had insisted earlier this season that he would sit tight and see out his Spurs deal, which runs until the summer of 2021.
But he subsequently changed tack and joined Newcastle, where his loan has recently been extended until the end of the season.
Rose has made 214 appearances in total for Tottenham since joining from Leeds United in his mid-teens.
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