DANNY ROSE is set to reject Paris Saint-Germain and Marseille to remain at Spurs, according to reports.
The Tottenham full-back is expected to stay until at least January after earning rave reviews from manager Mauricio Pochettino, say the Telegraph.
Both Ligue 1 sides have been linked with the England man but his future is now looking brighter under Poch, especially after playing a part in the 3-0 win over Manchester United.
European clubs have until Friday to sign Premier League players.
But is it claimed Rose, 28, has impressed Pochettino in training and was duly rewarded with his first appearance of the season at Old Trafford.
Rose, who rocked football with his explosive interview for this newspaper last year in which he said he will be paid what he is worth, will reportedly review his options in January if he does not feature regularly for the first team.
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Other reports said Rose was exploring the options of a loan move away.
He has been at Spurs for 11 years and Pochettino said he believes Rose will remain at the club.
But PSG chief Thomas Tuchel has not ruled out a move for the left-back, instead opting to play it coy.
He said: “I will not comment on transfer rumours.
“I will simply say that I came up against Tottenham Hotspur three years ago and it took me three days to work out how best to combat him (Rose).
“I hope that our transfer window is not closed. We need players in a few positions.
“I trust the club and our sporting director [Antero Henrique] to find solutions.”