"The problem is that when somebody like Danny Rose becomes available, and you know Mourinho is an admirer, and he kind of fits the bill and it all sits in quite nicely.that's why that rumour won't go away, especially given the fact that there has been so much unrest with Tottenham and Danny Rose".
The 27-year-old was quoted in The Sun newspaper last summer as he hit out at the club's wage structure and transfer dealings - comments that he was forced to apologise for in the following days.
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According to the Daily Mail's Sami Mokbel, Mourinho wants Rose to become the team's new first-choice left-back and is hopeful of securing a deal for him in the next two transfer windows, although the club recognise that reaching an agreement with Spurs-specifically chairman Daniel Levy-will be hard.
This is mainly due to Rose being left out of key Spurs squads for recent matches, including the north London derby defeat to Arsenal.
It is rumoured that the England global was close to a move to Old Trafford in the summer, but his knee injury was the dealbreaker to such aspiration.
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Now a misfit once again at the club, he has been linked with a move to White Hart Lane which would reunite him with his old mentor.
But it's believed Mauricio Pochettino already has a replacement lined up in Ryan Sessegnon.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "Rose has been a thorn in Pochettino's side so far this season, but the odds are suggesting he'll be the first to leave next month, with Man United clear favourites to strike a deal".
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The news will come as a blow to Fenerbahce who are also interested in signing the England global.
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