Ex-Tottenham Hotspur, Newcastle, Watford and Sunderland star Danny Rose ‘training with National League club’

Former Tottenham Hotspur Danny Rose has been without a club since leaving Watford but is reportedly training with York City.

Ex-Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose is training with National League club York City, according to reports.

The Sun claim the 32-year-old is working on his fitness with the North Yorkshire club, having been left without a contract after mutally terminating his stay at Watford in September.

Rose had previously been linked with moves to Wigan Athletic and AEK Athens in Greece. Other reports claimed he came close to a move to Poland in January.

Rose joined Watford in 2021 after leaving Spurs but made just nine appearances as they were relegated from the Premier League.

He was in North London between 2007 and 2021, making over 200 appearances while also turning out for Sunderland and Newcastle United on loan.

Doncaster-born Rose started his career with Leeds but never made it to the senior squad as he was snapped up by Spurs with Leeds needing to raise funds after entering adminstration.

York were promoted from National League North last season but have endured a turbulent season in the fifth tier of English football with interim boss Michael Morton their fourth manager of the season.

John Askey was sacked in November with Tim Ryan taking temporary charge ahead of the appointment of David Webb in December before he left the club last month.