The transfer window may be closed but clubs are still working hard ahead of January and next summer so we'll bring you all the latest gossip from around the globe. However, if United feel as though they need to beat the competition, and Rose feels like his chances of starting for England at the World Cup depend on it, then there remains a slight chance he'll be heading north in a month's time.
According to the Daily Mail, a fee of £50m should be enough to get the deal finalized with the north London giants, who are now themselves looking to cash in on their defensive star.
Furthermore, the expected deal of £50 million could suffer increment, as the Red Devils' fellow contenders for the Leeds United youth academy product's signature include Manchester City and Chelsea.
Rose established himself as England's first-choice left-back thanks to his impressive performances in the Tottenham team under Pochettino.
Tottenham had already sold Kyle Walker to Manchester City and the former Southampton boss was keen to keep Rose at the club.
Regardless, Rose's current deal fastens him to the London-based outfit for a couple more years, although it's unlikely that he will see out the rest of his contract.
United are also believed to be open to exploit Tottenham's apparent interest in Shaw, who worked with Pochettino while at Southampton, but Spurs are not keen on a part-exchange deal involving in the seven-time England worldwide.