Cape Town - Paris Saint-Germain have emerged as the frontrunners to secure the services of Tottenham full-back Danny Rose ahead of the new campaign, according to reports.
Rose may well leave the London Stadium before the new campaign gets underway, with several top sides alerted to his intentions.
Italian giants Juventus plus La Liga champions Barcelona have been credited with an interest in the man capped 27 times by England.
However, according to a report in The Sun, PSG feel they hold all the aces in the race for the 29-year-old, who has enjoyed 144 top-flight outings for Spurs but would have played many more if he had not endured a series of niggling injuries.
The north Londoners are said to value the left-back at around £20 million, which would be no problem for any of the aforementioned clubs but it is the Parisians' personal terms that might temp Rose to cross the Channel.