Danny Rose training with National League side as former England star looks to find new club after Watford release | The Sun

DANNY ROSE is training at National League side York City.

The former England star, 32, has been without a club since having his contract mutually terminated at Watford in September.

Rose, who is from Doncaster, Yorkshire, is believed to be training just with a view to building up his fitness at this stage.

He did punditry for Sky Sports last week on old club Tottenham as they crashed out of the Champions League against AC Milan.

Rose racked up 214 appearances for Spurs during 13 seasons at the club.

In that time he had loan spells at Sunderland, Newcastle, Bristol City, Peterborough and Watford.

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He also earned 29 caps for his country and played five times at the 2018 World Cup. 

The left-back signed for the Hornets on a free transfer two summers ago but made just nine appearances as the Hertfordshire side were relegated to the Championship.

York are currently managed by interim boss Michael Morton.

Morton joined the club in December as assistant manager, having previously spent time as Youth Development Phase Lead coach at Leeds.

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He joined the Whites in 2005 while Rose was coming through at the club.

Rose went on to sign for Spurs in 2006 after failing to make a senior appearance for Leeds.

Morton was named interim manager at York last month after the club sacked David Webb.

The Minstermen are currently 18th in the National League table.

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