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.
Tottenham had already sold Kyle Walker to Manchester City and the former Southampton boss was keen to keep Rose at the club. While he has been hugely impressed with Ashley Young's adjustment to the position, with the England worldwide set to be rewarded with a new contract, the United boss knows it remains a compromise and that he will need more bodies in the second half of the season.
Now, the Daily Mail report that Manchester United will pursue a deal for Rose in 2018, and is increasingly confident that a £50million deal will be secured either next month or at the end of the season.
Besides, the Old Trafford outfit recognizes that agreeing on a deal with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy will be a laborious duty, as he proves to be a very tough negotiator. The only time Rose has played this season has been in the Carabao Cup as a substitute, in victories over Burton Albion and Swansea City, which has been really frustrating for the player.
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Tottenham manager, Pochettino has rotated his squad with Ben Davies sharing first team duties with Rose despite the left back returning to full fitness.
The England global said he was "fuming" after being left out of the club's 2-0 defeat against the Gunners but insisted that he had not fallen out with Pochettino over the decision.
United are also believed to be open to exploit Tottenham's apparent interest in Shaw, who worked with Pochettino while at Southampton, but Spurs are not keen on a part-exchange deal involving in the seven-time England global.