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Odds Have Been Slashed on Danny Rose Joining Wolves From Spurs

Odds Have Been Slashed on Danny Rose Joining Wolves From Spurs

Spurs left-back Danny Rose could be the next big name heading to Molineux this summer, according to bookmakers at least, as the Wolves revolution continues apace.

The newly-promoted Premier League side have already captured the eye-catching signatures of Portuguese internationals Joao Moutinho and Rui Patricio, as well as Benik Afobe and Atletico Madrid’s Diogo Jota.

The club are thought to have spent in excess of £50 million so far during this transfer window, but it doesn’t look like slowing down any time soon.

SkyBet have slashed the odds on Rose leaving Tottenham for Wolves from 7/1 to just 3/1 today, and Sky Sports are claiming contact has already been made with the Spurs hierarchy over a potential fee.

Having sold left-back Barry Douglas to Leeds United earlier this week, going after a player like Rose would seem to make sense, but given the England international has been linked with the likes of Manchester United earlier this year, could Wolves really be capable of pulling off such a coup?

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