Transfer deadline day is quickly approaching, with many clubs still looking in the market to add to their squad.
One player that has seemingly emerged as available is Tottenham's Danny Rose, who looks to have fallen out favour with Jose Mourinho. The Englishman hasn't featured in Spurs' last three games, fuelling speculation that the left-back could be on his way out this month.
According to Sky Sports, there are up to six Premier League clubs interested in the player's services. On the back of such rumours, we've looked into his next club odds and which team he would be an ideal fit for.
Newcastle the favourites
The clear favourite in SkyBet's market is Newcastle United at 6/4. Steve Bruce's side are undoubtedly crying out for defensive reinforcements, after four injuries to senior figures across the backline. Both of their left-backs Jetro Willems and Paul Dummett are out with an unknown return date, with their potential pursuit of Rose clearly making sense.
Newcastle had to use Matt Ritchie as a make-shit LB against Everton, with Isaac Hayden being deployed on the right. Across a back five, the two players put in a shift, but it would be a big ask to maintain this defensive structure for the remainder of the season. The Magpies are currently seven points clear of the bottom three, meaning there is no room for a slip-up in results.
The arrival of Rose would be a step forward in rectifying such a situation, as he would no doubt step straight into that starting XI spot. At 6/4, they are the favourites by some distance.
Bournemouth second in line
Injuries tend to be a prominent reason behind why a club delves into the January transfer market, with such a factor fuelling speculation between Bournemouth and Rose.
Charlie Daniels has been out for virtually the whole season for the Cherries, with Diego Rico stepping in for the Englishman. The Spaniard has looked impressive, gaining plaudits for his consistency, but like Newcastle, Bournemouth need fresh legs to avoid the drop. It hasn't gone to plan for Eddie Howe this season, with the south coast club currently sitting in the bottom three.
Rose won't be seen as the club's sole saviour, but he would be an efficient addition to the depleted looking squad. Nathan Ake has often been used as the rotational option to Rico, but it's clear that Howe prefers the centre-half in his natural position. The trip down to Bournemouth wouldn't be the biggest journey for Rose, and such a factor tends to be an influential factor behind a player's loan move, particularly in January.
They are 11/2 with SkyBet.
Watford, Aston Villa and West Ham given big price
Nigel Pearson has been working wonders since arriving at Watford, winning four times in the league and suffering just two losses. His team selections have been consistent, with Adam Masina being the manager's preferred option at LB over Jose Holebas. Pearson's side have kept four clean sheets during his time in charge, making up serious ground in their bid for survival.
From what the Englishman has show from his short time in charge, the Watford board should be open to any transfer plans that he has. Should Pearson opt for Rose to add a bit more quality down the left-flank, the defender would be joining an promising-looking project. At 16/1 though, his chances are high.
Aston Villa and West Ham have both been given a bigger price of 18/1. Both clubs have consistent options in such a position, with the respectable figures of Matt Target and Aaron Creswell, therefore leading onto the question of just how much each side needs a new left-back. Their big odds reflect this point, with a move for Rose looking unlikely.