Manchester United Could Help Fierce Rivals By Making £50Million Move

Leeds United will be able to bag £4.9 million should Danny Rose complete a potential move from Tottenham Hotspur to Manchester United for a reported £50 million, according to HITC sports.

Danny Rose created quite a stir early on in the summer by claiming that the players at Tottenham Hotspur are underpaid at the moment and there have been reports stating that the Spurs’ hierarchy could now well get rid of the defender as he seems like someone who could disturb the harmony within the North London side’s squad.

In addition, Rose’s deputy in Ben Davies has been performing admirably this season and many have speculated recently that the attacking English full-back could be offloaded in the near future, with Manchester United touted as one of his possible destinations.

United will not be able to sign Rose on the cheap though as a fee of at least £50 million will be required for Spurs to part with the defender and if the move does indeed go through, it will not only be Mauricio Pochettino’s side that will benefit financially from the prospective move – according to HITC.

Rose had joined Tottenham from Leeds United around 10 years ago for a reported fee of around only £1 million but the Whites had included a clause of “10% profit from next sale” during the time of the transfer.

This means that Leeds will be eligible to receive around £4.9($6.52) million for Rose if he completes a move to Manchester United this summer and the Red Devils will perhaps be a bit dissatisfied at potentially helping out their fierce rivals.

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