Tottenham Hotspur could sell England international defender Danny Rose before the end of the month, according to the Mirror.
The Premier League side, who defeated Newcastle United 2-1 on Saturday in their 2018-19 league opener, are understood to be ready to offload the left-back this summer, with Paris Saint-Germain and FC Schalke 04 chasing his signature.
The 28-year-old, who has 23 international caps for the Three Lions, was left out of Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino’s matchday squad at St James’ Park at the weekend, despite being fit.
The full-back made just 17 appearances in all competitions for the North London outfit last term.
Rose, who featured five times for England at the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals in Russia this summer, has scored 10 goals in 161 games overall for Tottenham following his reported £1m move from Leeds United back in 2007.
However, the report claims the Premier League club are willing to sell the Three Lions star this month, despite being unable to sign a replacement, as the English transfer window closed on August 9.
Rose is valued at £50m, but is no longer in Pochettino’s long-term plans at Spurs.
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