The 22-year-old made the illustrious move to United from Southampton in a £27m deal - whilst also being courted by Chelsea and Manchester City - in 2015 after becoming somewhat of a revelation under his original manager Pochettino.
The defender has endured a hard 18 months under the current Red Devils coach Jose Mourinho, since his return from a horrendous leg break against PSV in 2015.
Jose Mourinho has now set his eyes on Danny Rose thoughtfully, as he believes the English worldwide will become Manchester United's next first-choice left back in a £50 million deal, reports Daily Mail.
Regardless, Rose's current deal fastens him to the London-based outfit for a couple more years, although it's unlikely that he will see out the rest of his contract. "If he genuinely has a feeling to stay at Manchester United, and wants to put in those types of performances, and show Mourinho that he is capable and is prepared to put in that type of work ethic, then I feel like Mourinho will give him another chance".
"The problem is when someone like Danny Rose becomes available and you know Mourinho's an admirer - it all fits in nicely". In the direction it's heading in, it feels like it's what Tottenham want, which - as a player - is a little bit disappointing, you nearly want them to fight for you a little bit more.
He is a quick, attacking left back known for his runs down that flank while not neglecting his defensive responsibilities.
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