After the sale of Christian Eriksen to Inter Milan and the hiring of Gedson Fernandes and Steven Bergwijn, Tottenham made another change to their squad before the transfer window closed.
The London club agreed on Danny Rose’s loan to Newcastle United until the end of the season. The contract does not have the option, nor obligation, of buying the player after its end, but the club will pay £2 million for the English full-back plus a loan fee. Rose signed with Tottenham in July 2007 for £1 million.
In March 2009 he was loaned to Watford until the end of the season and in September of the same year, he joined the Peterborough United team, also on loan. Initially, Rose was supposed to stay at the club until January 2010, but in November 2009 he returned to Tottenham.
In September 2010 he was loaned again, this time to Bristol City. He returned to the Spurs in February 2011. His performance was not as expected by the Bristol team due to the great number of injuries he has suffered that year.
He was loaned to Sunderland in August 2012, and at the end of the season, he returned to Tottenham in May 2013. Since then, he has remained on the London team for seven years. Rose played a total of 156 matches for the Spurs, since his first year at the club, and scored 6 goals.
Danny Rose is part of the English national team and was among the 23 players that were called for the World Cup in Russia, in 2019.
Currently, Newcastle is in 14th place in the Premier League, with 30 points, and is still alive in the FA Cup, where they will play the replay match against Oxford United. In addition to Rose, the Magpies have two other new players for the team: Nabil Bentaleb and Valentino Lazaro.