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Tottenham are ready to extend Danny Rose’s loan deal at Newcastle United. They are holding talks with the Magpies. Rose was loaned out to the club in January and there is no option to buy. The loan deal expires on June 30.
Steve Bruce’s side, though, will need the full-back to remain until the end of the season and thus will want to reach a consensus with Spurs that will allow him to stay put for the remainder of the campaign.
Rose continues to train with Newcastle where he has made six appearances since his move from north London.
Meanwhile, talks continue between the Premier League clubs about extending his loan until the end of the rescheduled 2019-2020 season, according to Sky Sports.
The England international’s deal with Tottenham runs out next year and he has stated that he plans to see out the rest of his contract before leaving the club.