Tottenham Hotspur are willing to part company with Danny Rose this summer but Daniel Levy wants a fee in the region of £37 million for the defender, according to The Mirror.

The England international full-back irked Spurs fans at the start of the campaign by making ill-timed comments about his future.

Since then, Rose has been limited to a fringe role at Tottenham, with injuries taking their toll and Ben Davies preferred by Mauricio Pochettino.

It would not be a big surprise to see the wideman leave Spurs this summer, but an able replacement will be needed to add strength in depth to the squad.

The report suggests that Manchester United’s interest in the Tottenham man has softened but Everton are interested in Rose.

With the defender turning 28 this summer, time is running out for Spurs to get a sizeable transfer fee for him, if the decision is to let him go.

Although the Tottenham fans are desperate for the current group of players to stick together this summer, Rose leaving would not be a major blow given his bit-part role in the team during 2017-18.

Finding a buyer could be easier if the Spurs man gets a chance to impress for England in the World Cup.

In truth, after Rose disrespected the club, fans and Pochettino with his comments before this season, it could be best for all parties for him to offloaded and replaced this summer.