Tottenham Hotspur defender Toby Alderweireld has suggested that he could stay at the club, despite reports of a stall in talks over a new contract. The Belgian is now on national duty with Belgium, but he isn't ruling out anything as of yet.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, Alderweireld admitted uncertainty over his short-term future with Spurs.
Jose Mourinho's side are said to have already declared their interest in the centre-back, though he insists he is in no rush to leave Spurs. "I don't know what is going to happen".
The 29-year-old is away on worldwide duty with Belgium at the World Cup and will come up against plenty of familiar faces when they face England.
"I'm lucky that England gave me that opportunity to get away, refresh my mind and I'll always be grateful to them". Having joined Monaco for £9 million last summer, it's likely Pellegrini could engineer a bargain for the 27-year-old also, as rival teams continue spending well above on lesser players.
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"There is a new vibe coming".
Tottenham will be grateful if they can keep Rose for another year, as the man they want to replace him with will not be available until 2019.
"The negotiations were interesting, and, as I said earlier, we are fully satisfied with the agreement terms".
Injuries could play a part next season, so maybe keeping him, even if he does not start every game is the right way to go.
The article says that Manchester United could revive their interest in Rose, but only if Luke Shaw leaves or if they fail in bids to bring other players to Old Trafford this summer.