Former Tottenham Defender Danny Rose Has Reportedly Found a New Club After Watford Terminated His Contract
- Danny Rose is expected to join Greek Super League side AEK Athens after verbally agreeing to join the club on a one-year deal
- Rose has been a free agent after he and Championship club Watford mutually agreed to terminate his contract
- Rose spent 14 years at Tottenham Hotspur before leaving the North Londoners last year
Former Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose has found a new clubs weeks after Championship club Watford terminated his contract.
The former England defender has been a free agent after leaving the Hornets at the beginning of this month. Reports indicate that Rose has verbally agreed to join Greek side AEK Athens.
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Danny Rose new club
Former Spurs left-back Danny Rose has verbally agreed to join Greek club AEK Athens, according to The Sun.
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Rose is expected to sign a one-year deal with Matías Almeyda's side. However, Rose will need the deal to be completed quickly if he is to play for his new team on Saturday against Panetolikos FC in the Greek Super League.
The beginning of the end for Rose in Tottenham colours was when Jose Mourinho was hired as manager. His heated exchange with the Portuguese manager resurfaced when his contract at Watford was terminated.
The 32-year-old's and his former club Watford agreed to mutually cancel his contract two weeks ago. Rose played nine times for the Hornets last season, where they ended up being relegated, again.
Rose left his boyhood club Tottenham last year, ending his 14-year association with the Noth Londoners. After leaving Spurs, Rose briefly played for Premier League side Newcastle United.
Rose scored 10 goals while at Spurs and played in the 2015 League Cup final loss to Chelsea as well as the 2019 Champions League final defeat to Liverpool.
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Source: Sports Brief News