Southampton's Cuco Martina in action with Tottenham's Danny Rose
Rose, 26, joined Spurs from Leeds United when he was aged just 17, and has been coming up through the ranks at White Hart Lane ever since, with loan moves playing a huge part in his development.
Spells with Watford, Peterborough United, Bristol City and Sunderland handed Rose valuable first-team experience, and he's taken his game to the next level under Mauricio Pochettino.
Now first-choice for club and country, Rose has become a key player under Pochettino, and looks set to be rewarded for his performances with a bumper new contract.
It's claimed that Chelsea and Manchester City are keen to land Rose, so Spurs are moving quickly to tie the pacey left back down to a new long-term contract - but chairman Levy is reportedly refusing to sell to London rivals Chelsea anyway, given how the relations between the two clubs have soured in 2016.
Additionally, it's claimed that Tottenham are also preliminary talks with their other English international full back, as Kyle Walker is in negotiations to extend his stay at White Hart Lane.
A 2009 signing from Sheffield United, Walker has also developed greatly under Pochettino, and could join Rose in putting pen-to-paper on a new deal with the club.
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