According to The Sun’s Phil Cadden, newly promoted Tranmere Rovers and League Two pair Bradford City and Salford City are all interested in Mansfield Town striker Danny Rose.
Mansfield Town striker Danny Rose is attracting significant transfer interest from a number of Football League clubs this summer, with a move away from the League Two side seemingly on the cards, according to Phil Cadden, who tweeted the news on Monday morning.
Mansfield striker Danny Rose is attracting interest from Bradford, Salford and Tranmere.
— Phil Cadden (@pjcadden) June 24, 2019
Now, Mansfield look set to have a fight on their hands once again if they want to keep Rose at the club this summer. Tranmere Rovers are preparing for life in League One after winning promotion and having lost James Norwood to Ipswich Town, they are in the market for a new striker this summer.
Having suffered relegation last season Bradford City are getting ready for League Two once again. They have already signed Clayton Donaldson but it seems Gary Bowyer is looking to further reinforce his attacking options with Rose in his radar. Big-spending Salford City are also reportedly keen on Rose after winning promotion to the Football League via the National League play-offs.
During his time at Mansfield, Rose has played 130 games, scoring 32 goals and providing eight assists along the way. Scoring five goals in all competitions last season meant the 2018/19 campaign was not Rose’s strongest season to date as Mansfield finished in the play-off spots, before being defeated by eventual final losers Newport County.