Mourinho is "confident of signing Spurs defender" in January

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The transfer window may be closed but clubs are still working hard ahead of January and next summer so we'll bring you all the latest gossip from around the globe.

Rose's future at Tottenham is been in serious doubt since he conducted a controversial interview in the summer which saw him question the clubs wage structure and transfer policy.

Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United will complete the signing of Danny Rose from Tottenham Hotspur and remains confident that a £50million deal can be struck in January, reports claim.

Rose has only recently returned from a long-term knee injury which ended United's interest in him during the summer, but he has struggled to hold down a regular place in the starting lineup since making his comeback.

Tottenham had already sold Kyle Walker to Manchester City and the former Southampton boss was keen to keep Rose at the club.

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The Daily Star are citing BetStars odds as having Man Utd as the 4/6 favourites to sign Rose but Liverpool are also in the running at 5/1 with the bookmakers to lure the defender to Anfield.

Mourinho's men are in need of a new left-back, with Luke Shaw's career at United all but over and utility player Ashley Young entering the twilight of his career, and the Portuguese is now prioritising a move for a left-back over efforts for Valencia's Carlos Soler and Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil, according to The Independent.

Under the tutelage of Mauricio Pochettino, Rose has developed into of the best full-backs in the Premier League, but his relationship with the Argentine seems to have soured in recent months.

Pundit Stewart Robson thinks a deal which would see the left-back move to Old Trafford makes sense for everyone involved. Most of their left-backs haven't played particularly well.