The Tottenham Hotspur man is being linked with Manchester United.
Stewart Robson has told ESPN that he believes Danny Rose will leave Tottenham Hotspur for Manchester United in January.
Rose's future has been a focus of debate since giving an explosive interview in the summer when he appeared to criticise a number of different facets of Spurs, including transfer policy.
The England international is only recent back from an eight-month layoff with a knee injury and asked on ESPN whether his move to Old Trafford is a hit or miss, Robson said hit.
He said: "It could be a good move for Manchester United. Most of their left-backs haven't played particularly well. Ashley Young has done well but he's not a left-back.
"Luke Shaw I don't think will get a look-in and Daley Blind hasn't done well enough defensively. So I think it's a good move, and he's obviously having a few problems at Tottenham at the moment, so a good move for Manchester United and Danny Rose."
Rose would be a significant miss for Tottenham ahead of their Champions League knockout adventure in the new year.
Ben Davies has his uses but his lengthy run in the side has proven that he is not on the same level as the former Leeds man, and manager Mauricio Pochettino should consider bringing in another left-sided defender if he does indeed leave.