Danny Rose’s move to Trabzonspor is on the brink of collapse after the Turkish side’s president admitted that covid-19 might affect the transfer.
The left-back was relieved that he would finally play some football in the second half of this season when reports surfaced that he is closing in on a three-and-half-year deal at the Turkish side.
They had reportedly reached an agreement with Tottenham and he would spend this rest of this season and beyond with them.
However, the latest development on his future isn’t positive with TalkSport reporting that the transfer might have collapsed.
The report quotes the president of the Turkish side, Ahmet Agaoglu saying the fact that he would have to quarantine for a few days doesn’t make sense as he needs someone who can come in and start playing.
He said: “The transfer is very difficult after this time. It will cost seven days.
“Let’s make the transfers we can do [right now].”
Rose remains the oldest member of the current Tottenham team after joining them from Leeds United in 2007.
His Tottenham career was effectively ended when he confronted Jose Mourinho over playing time last season.
He spent the second half of the campaign on loan at Newcastle, and he has been without first-team football this season.