Manchester United may need to cough out 50 million pounds for the services of Tottenham Hostput defender, Danny Rose.
The UK Sun reports that Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy, is willing to sell the England defender but will demand for a huge fee higher than that of Kyle Walker who was sold to Manchester City.
Rose had reportedly questioned Spurs transfer policy this season and hinted at a move away from North London.
Manchester United Coach, Jose Mourinho had made Rose a target as the summer transfer window nearly comes to an end.
It is understood that Mourinho will be playing a formation with wing-backs more frequently this season and wants to sign a player who has the ability to fill the role.