TOTTENHAM could see Danny Rose walk out on the club – with the Englishman set to become the latest star to exit over wages.
The 26-year-old has become one of the Premier League’s top left backs over the past couple of seasons.
And with Daniel Levy’s strict wage structure in force at Spurs, Manchester United are being tipped to make good on Rose’s desire to earn more, according to The Mirror.
United could use struggling Luke Shaw as makeweight in the deal after the left back came in for criticism from Jose Mourinho last season.
Rose is currently recovering from knee surgery following an injury-ravaged end to last season, as Wales defender Ben Davies came in to deputise during Spurs’ run-in.
Kyle Walker and Eric Dier are also two players in danger of leaving Tottenham this summer, with the wage structure set to spark an exodus of some key Spurs stars.
And the two Manchester clubs could benefit from the North London club’s frugal stance, with £40million Kyle Walker set to pique the interest of Manchester City.
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United are continuing to overhaul their squad this season in Mourinho’s image, with Champions League football guaranteed following 2-0 victory in the Europa League final last week.
Ed Woodward has been challenged by Mourinho with landing several targets, including Antoine Griezmann, Michael Keane and Rose’s Tottenham team-mate Eric Dier.
Keane, 24, was snapped on social media on holiday with former United team-mate Jesse Lingard, sparking speculation he could return to his former club.