AVB keen for Rose to return from loan spell at Sunderland and compete for a place at White Hart Lane.
Tottenham head-coach Andre Villas-Boas wants Danny Rose to return to White Hart Lane next season, reports SportingLife.
The 22-year-old left-back is currently on loan at Sunderland and is a contender for the Black Cats’ player of the year after a fine season on Wearside.
Rose has hinted that he would like to remain at the Stadium of Light but Spurs boss Villas-Boas has reportedly told the former Leeds youngster that he is wanted back at White Hart Lane next season.
Spurs have struggled to find consistency at left-back this term, with both Kyle Naughton and Jan Vertonghen filling-in during the lengthy absence of Benoit Assou-Ekotto earlier in the campaign.
Since his return, the Cameroonian has not been at his best however and Villas-Boas may see Rose as a long-term solution to the troublesome position, even though the youngster has only made eight Premier League starts for Spurs since arriving from Elland Road in 2007.
Rose has played 34 times for Sunderland this season and opened his account for the club in Monday’s 6-1 defeat at Aston Villa.