Tottenham are seemingly undecided over what the club should do with Danny Rose.
Tottenham Hotspur supporters are split over whether the club should sell left back Danny Rose this summer, judging by the comments posted on this site.
As we reported on Monday, The Mirror believe Manchester City are eyeing up a move to sign Rose, with a reported £10m asking price on his head.
Rose, 24, signed a new five-year contract at White Hart Lane last summer, and despite the arrival of fellow left back Ben Davies from Swansea almost a year ago, Rose has been the undoubted first choice left back under Mauricio Pochettino this season.
With 31 appearances this term, Rose has been a virtual ever present this season, and he's even been able to add three goals to his name too.
Rose, a former winger, possesses great speed and has contributed well in the attacking third, leading to alleged interest in his services.
The Mirror believe that Manchester City want to sign Rose as they look to add more young, English players to their squad this summer - but Tottenham fans are split over what they should do.
The comments on this site about the situation show a division between fans who believe chairman Daniel Levy would happily sell one of Tottenham's brightest youngsters, and fans who believe that Rose should be sold if City do come calling this summer.
John said: I am quite sure Levy will find 10,000,000 reasons to let yet another of our emerging prospects to leave.. As long as we have a profitable club, Levy doesn't really care where we are as a club.
Baz agreed with those sentiments, saying: Rose will go to market if farmer Levy needs funds for investment in players to fatten up.
However, Lewis disagreed, and had a word of warning for fans who do want him to go.: No way would levy sell for 10 mil, rising English player just on the fringes of the national side, 1st team full back doubt he would take any less then double that. Rose has been one of our better players this year game in game out - be careful what you wish for!
Mark Hilditch would be happy for Rose to leave: Great news. We improve our squad by getting rid of Rose and make Man City's squad worse by letting them have Rose and pocket 10 million quid in the process. No brainer. Bye Bye.
Bob backed up those comments: Rose is an accident waiting to happen! If he needs a lift to Manchester I would be the first to offer.
Meanwhile, COYS said that it's Rose's position which is the problem for Spurs: If Rose is not going to be played on the left wing Spurs should cash in, he clearly gets caught out of position on to many occasions at left back, going forward he's a decent player.