Danny Rose last played for Spurs on January 22 of this year, and a new report suggests that his time away at Newcastle might last longer than initially expected. Daniel Levy has told Rose that there will not be a new deal for him at Spurs, and in November Rose claimed, “I’m not going anywhere:” he would run down his contract at Tottenham before looking elsewhere. That contract is up next summer, following the 2020-21 season. Today, Sky Sports is reporting that Rose is in talks to extend his loan spell with the Magpies.
Without an extension, he is scheduled to return to Tottenham at the end of June, which would see Rose leave Newcastle in the midst of the resumed season, currently scheduled to begin June 17. Sky Sports reports that the initial talks are simply about the possibility of Rose seeing out the end of this season with the club, but they do not foreclose the possibility that he could stay on longer.
Whatever happens with Rose’s deal, his time at Tottenham is almost certainly up. If he makes good on his promise to run down his contract, he could stick around Spurs for another year, but it seems more likely that he would be loaned out again. We wish Danny all the best, and if he likes Newcastle, and they like him (though some on social apparently do not), it would be great to see a deal that makes all parties happy.