According to The Mirror, Manchester City are interested in signing Rose from Tottenham this summer.
It has also been reported by the British newspaper that Spurs may sell the England international defender for a transfer fee of around £15 million.
“Spurs left-back Rose is seen as a realistic target and may be allowed to leave Spurs for around £15m,” states the report in The Mirror.
Rose has been on the books of Tottenham since the summer of 2007 when he joined from West Yorkshire outfit Leeds United.
The 25-year-old left-back has improved over the past few years and is now one of the best players in his position in the Premier League.
The defender has also broken into the England set-up and is set to feature for the Three Lions at the Euro 2016 finals in France in the summer.
Rose was in good form for Tottenham in the Premier League this past season and was a key player in their successful quest to finish in the top four.
The England international left-back scored one goal and created 24 chances in 24 league appearances for the North London outfit.
The left-back had a pass accuracy of 79% and a shot accuracy of 22%, and won 22 headers, 28 dribbles and 56 tackles.
Rose is one of the best players in the current Tottenham squad, and it is hard to see head coach Mauricio Pochettino sanctioning his sale even for £15m.
Tottenham fans have had their say on the speculation on Rose’s future on HITC Sport and on Twitter.
Dan Whale: “Why would Spurs want to sell Rose to City for £15m we all saw what happened in the Newcastle game when we played Davies instead of Rose cannot believe there is any substance to this story.”
Jeff10: “It makes no sense at all. Danny Rose is one of the best left backs in the country. I suggest we offer him a brand new contract and up his wages considerably.”
Shai: “He only recently signed a new contract.”
matt88008: “Regarding selling Danny Rose? Even if the story of Man City's interest was true, which is highly unlikely, there is absolutely no way we will be selling one of our core players, especially to an EPL rival.”
Dommo: “There is no doubt Spurs and also Leicester players will no be on the radar of the big spending clubs but given how averagely these clubs have performed this season I think there is a strong chance Spurs and also Leicester will hang on to their key players with perhaps only fringe players moving on.”
@HITCdeadlineday If Spurs want to compete for the title again next season why sell one to your rivals? Won't happen..— Freddie (@FreddieNx) May 27, 2016