Danny Rose and Erik Lamela return to Tottenham training after injury


The pair began working with the first-team again earlier this week following long-term absences with serious injuries.

However, United will face stiff competition for the 27-year-old's signature as the newspaper says Chelsea are also interested in signing Rose when the transfer window re-opens this winter.

First-choice left-back Rose damaged medial ligaments in his left knee during the first half of a goalless Premier League draw against former club Sunderland in January and later underwent exploratory surgery that ruled him out for the remainder of the 2016-17 campaign and beyond.

That has hurt Spurs in that department but Welshman Ben Davies has come into the side and provided great quality, especially this season.

Danny Rose and @ErikLamela train with the rest of the team at Hotspur Way today as they continue to progress with their rehabilitation.

The left-back scored and impressed in the club's last game against Huddersfield.

Lamela has been missing for even longer, having picked up a hip problem that has prevented him from playing since October 25 past year.

Argentina midfielder Lamela, 25, has not played in nearly 12 months because of hip problems.

- Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 11, 2017Rose on the move?

It is believed that this Premier League and global footballer wants a move to Jose Mourinho's Manchester United.

Doncaster-born Rose, who joined Spurs as a teenager in 2007, has made it clear that he intends to return to the north of England before he retires.