CHELSEA are prepared to pay Danny Rose £120,000 a week if he joins them this summer.

That’s according to the Evening Standard, who claim the Blues would have no issue stumping Tottenham’s £50m valuation of the 27-year-old.

Rose has established a reputation as one of the Premier League’s top full-backs after impressing for Spurs over the past couple of years.

This week he gave an interview to The Sun in which he revealed his frustrations with their lack of success and low wage structure.

Those revelations led to reports Chelsea or Manchester United would be Rose’s preferred destination if he left Tottenham.

It seems Chelsea would be interested in signing him if Tottenham agreed to sell.

The Evening Standard say Rose has been on their radar for some time.

And he may be targeted if they end their pursuit of Juventus ace Alex Sandro.

Chelsea would have no problem paying the £50m he’s rated at.

And they’d apparently be willing to double his current £60,000-a-week wages.

Chelsea’s hopes of prising Rose away for Tottenham are slim though.

The clubs have been on bad terms since sporting director Frank Arnesen’s move to Stamford Bridge in 2005.

While that animosity was heightened by Chelsea’s attempts to sign Luka Modric in 2011, as well as clashes in their Premier League showdown at the end of the 2015/16 campaign.