Starsport can reveal Rose has set his heart on leaving Tottenham for Old Trafford ahead of the World Cup in Russian Federation.
The England global caused a storm earlier in the summer when criticising the club's transfer policy and wage structure, but immediately received the backing of Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino who insisted the player remained in his plans.
United value Rose at around £45m and are hopeful of concluding a deal for the full-back before the World Cup.
Rose has been sidelined for a lengthy period following knee ligament damage early in the year but is now expected to make a return to training within the next week.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy fined Rose and made him issue a public apology.
Left-back Rose has been out since January with a knee injury and has suffered at least one set-back during his recovery that has prevented him from playing this season.
Rose was strongly linked with a move during the summer after publicly criticising Tottenham's transfer policy while he also admitted he would consider a move in order to earn a more competitive salary and win trophies.
Signing Rose would arguably solve United's problems on the left of defence in one swoop. Already this season four different players have operated in the role-Ashley Young, Matteo Darmian, Daley Blind and Luke Shaw.
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