West Ham should make a move to sign Danny Rose if Tottenham terminate the defender’s contract this season, according to Frank McAvennie.
The Irons legend, speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, believes that the 29-year-old could provide much-needed competition for Aaron Cresswell on the left-side of the defence.
Football Insider revealed yesterday that Spurs are considering offering Rose the opportunity to mutually terminate his contract after he failed to secure a deadline-day exit from the London club last week.
The left-back, who was left out of the Lilywhites’ Premier League squad, has just eight months remaining on his current £70,000-a-week contract at Tottenham.
McAvennie identified Rose as a potential target for David Moyes to provide competition for Cresswell and Arthur Masuaku on the left-side of the Hammers’ defence.
“I thought he was going to join Newcastle this summer,” he told Football Insider.