Newcastle to face competition for permanent Danny Rose transfer from PSG

Newcastle could face competition if they want to snap up new loan signing Danny Rose permanently with PSG also keen on the Tottenham left-back.

The England international left Spurs for the first time in seven years on loan when he sealed a switch to Newcastle last month.

Rose has been contracted to the north London club since 2007, joining from Leeds United as a 17-year-old for just £1m, turning out 214 times in all competitions .

However, his time with Tottenham appears to have run its course, with the six-month loan spell at Newcastle taking him to the end of his deal in the capital.

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Should Rose impress at St James’ Park, Toon bosses would no doubt be delighted to get their hands on him for free.

However, the Sun claim that PSG are also keen on the 29-year-old, with the French champions set to watch him closely during his time in the north east.

Les Parisians are expected to lose Layvin Kurzawa in the summer with Arsenal and Juventus keen on the Frenchman, and see Rose as a suitable replacement due to his Premier League and Champions League experience.

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Just days after leaving Tottenham, Rose has already opened up about life under Mourinho, insisting he felt he was exiled by the Portuguese.

“I do feel I wasn't given as much of a chance as everybody else in the backline,” Rose told BBC Radio 5 Live. “I did want to play for him.

“I knew after a month [of Mourinho joining] I was never going to play.

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“It was difficult going out to train knowing I wasn't going to play.

“It's not worked out, but full respect to him and what he's doing at the club.

“He took over with the club 12 points adrift of Chelsea [now in fourth place] and now it's four.”

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