Jose Mourinho to battle Chelsea for Tottenham star Danny Rose in January

Tottenham star Danny Rose looks set to snub Chelsea for Manchester United

GETTY Tottenham star Danny Rose looks set to snub Chelsea for Manchester United

Tottenham left-back Danny Rose is understood to be keen on the idea of moving to Manchester United next summer, despite ongoing links that suggest the England global could be on his way to Stamford Bridge, according to the Daily Star.

United value Rose at around £45m and are hopeful of concluding a deal for the full-back before the World Cup.

"Italian outlet Tuttomercatoweb say Jose Mourinho will come in with a fresh bid for Rose in January after missing out on him in the summer".

He underwent surgery in May and has still not featured for Spurs, but has completed his rehabilitation and is expected to return to training within the next week.

The Daily Star, however, report that Chelsea are in for a fight as Man United are back in for the defender to replace Luke Shaw, who is set to depart Old Trafford next summer.

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The 27-year-old, who has not played since January due to a knee injury, angered Spurs officials in August when he did a newspaper interview in which he criticised the club's transfer policy, wage structure and lack of silverware.

Rose is contracted at the club until 2021 but is looking increasingly likely to leave.

Signing Rose would arguably solve United's problems on the left of defence in one swoop.

And a new left back ranks high on Mourinho's list of transfer priorities, with Daley Blind, Ashley Young and Matteo Darmian having shared the role so far this season.

Levy will drive a hard bargain and refuse to let Rose go on the cheap, but United have the spending power to make Spurs an offer that will be too good to turn down.

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