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Daniel Levy demanded too much for Danny Rose

Daniel Levy demanded too much for Danny Rose

Tottenham Hotspur are one of the form teams in the Premier League as their lack of summer spending appears to have had no effect. 

The Lilywhites have enjoyed a perfect start to the current campaign with a tough fixture away at Vicarage Road coming up tomorrow. Although, Tottenham had some transfer business to deal with yesterday, as according to Le10Sport, Daniel Levy wanted €35 million (£31 million) for Danny Rose, which forced Paris Saint-Germain to walk away from any potential deal.

Tottenham were demanding €35 million (£31 million /$41 million) from PSG in exchange for Danny Rose

But, the Ligue 1 champions were unwilling to meet Daniel Levy’s demands.

Interestingly, the two clubs had been in discussions over a move for the England left-back, which would have been a loan with an option to buy.

However, when Daniel Levy named his price, PSG refused and moved on to other left-back options.

THE VERDICT:

Daniel Levy’s asking price forced discussions with Paris Saint-Germain to break down as they turned their attentions elsewhere for a new left-back.

Indeed, Tottenham won’t mind keeping the left-back as he started against Manchester United last time out and helped keep a clean sheet, so perhaps he will play a huge part for the Lilywhites this season.

The London club failed to bring any players in this summer, so losing Rose would have forced them into taking a step backwards by losing one of their better players.

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