The last team on this list of interested clubs are West Ham United, who are doing well this season under the management of David Moyes. This would mean Rose joins one of Spurs' biggest rivals having played for the club for over a decade, but, logistically if he was offered the chance to play for the Hammers, he may not have to move location.
But, West Ham do already have two left-backs on their books in Arthur Masuaku and Aaron Creswell, however, the latter does usually play as a left centre back in their 5-4-1 formation, meaning that there would be room for Rose to play a role in his natural position.
The Hammers do often sign experienced players who have been at the stereotypical 'Big Six', as shown when they took the likes of Joe Hart, Pablo Zabaleta, Patrice Evra and Jack Wilshere to the London Stadium.
At 16/1, it's fair to say this one might not materialise with Rose's desire to move back up North, West Ham's left-backs are already doing a decent job under Moyes in 2020/21.
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