Manchester United are confident of completing £50m deal for Tottenham star

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Jose Mourinho has now set his eyes on Danny Rose thoughtfully, as he believes the English global will become Manchester United's next first-choice left back in a £50 million deal, reports Daily Mail.

The 27 year old England global stirred controversy back in the summer transfer window, when he said in an interview that he was not happy with the club's transfer policy and wanted to play elsewhere.

The Portuguese wants to address his attacking options at Old Trafford in order to compete with Manchester City, expressing interest in the likes of Antoine Griezmann, Carlos Soler and Mesut Ozil, but is mindful of the more immediate requirement of a reliable left-back capable of playing on a regular basis.

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Jose Mourinho's side have been encouraged to make demands to sign Danny Rose in the transfer window, with Tottenham looking to cash in on their star and hoping that Manchester United can meet their asking price.

Rose established himself as England's first-choice left-back thanks to his impressive performances in the Tottenham team under Pochettino.

After his summer outburst at Tottenham's transfer policy last summer, Rose was expected to see out the season.

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"I am reaching my peak and have probably only got one big contract left in me", the Doncaster-bron defender said in the midst of a long-term injury lay-off earlier this year.

It is thought boss Pochettino saw this as an attempt to lure United to the player's doorstep, and the Tottenham manager is no longer prepared to house someone less than fully committed to the cause within his squad.

Manchester United were keen on signing the player a year ago, though the sale of Kyle Walker to Manchester City, a deal did not really happen between the two clubs.

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