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Tottenham winger Rose wanted by Aston Villa


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By Andrew Tuft

Wednesday 08 August 2012

Aston Villa could be set to give Tottenham Hotspur winger-turned-full-back Danny Rose a chance to play Premier League football next season as Paul Lambert seeks a loan deal to bolster his squad, the Daily Mail has reported.



Spurs Head Coach Andre Villas-Boas is thought to be keen to send Rose out on loan in order to give the Team GB player more first team football. Rose’s contribution at Tottenham in the coming season is likely to be restricted by the presence of Gareth Bale in midfield and Benoit Assou-Ekotto in defence.


New Villa manager Lambert is said to be in the market for cover down his left flank and the versatile Rose would appear to fit the bill.


Rose has made less than 30 appearances for Tottenham despite moving to White Hart Lane from Leeds United five years ago. In that time Rose has undergone loan spells at the likes of Watford, Bristol City and Peterborough United.



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