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Tottenham’s £50m valuation of Rose could scupper Shaw’s chances of United exit

Date Posted,April 6, 2017

Spurs have slapped a whopping £50million price tag on Danny Rose to scare off Manchester City and dent Luke Shaw’s prospects of a summer move.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino will move for Manchester United left-back Shaw if City prise Rose away.

Pep Guardiola is desperate for new full-backs and needs young English players to boost his homegrown quota but City are baulking at Rose’s valuation.

It adds to the uncertainty around Shaw whose Old Trafford future is in the balance after repeated public criticisms from Jose Mourinho.

But Shaw, 21, signed from Southampton in June 2014 for £27million, insists he wants to win over the United manager.

Shaw has been under scrutiny from manager Mourinho (Photo: Reuters)
Danny Rose of Tottenham Hotspur and Billy Jones of Sunderland compete for the ball
Rose has had a big price tag slapped on his head (Photo: Getty Images Europe)

He held talks with Mourinho on Monday before he came off the bench in the 65th minute of Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with Everton.

Mourinho praised his display, which saw Shaw earn a late penalty to save a point when Ashley Williams handled his shot.

But Mourinho still says he wants Shaw to play with more maturity on the pitch and Mirror Sport understands he also wants changes off the field too.

Shaw currently lives in the North West with three old friends from Molesey, Kingston upon Thames, where he grew up.

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