Sunderland have confirmed Danny Rose has joined the club from Tottenham on a season-long loan.
The 22-year-old joined Spurs in 2007 from Leeds and has gone onto become a member of their first-team squad.
Rose made his name as an attacking player but has subsequently been deployed as a left-back.
He will go straight into the squad for their game against Swansea City on Saturday when he could make his debut.
Rose has been earmarked as a potential replacement for Kieran Richardson who joined Fulham earlier on Friday morning.
The England Under 21 international has made 29 appearances for Spurs.
- Transfer Deadline Day
- Richardson Seals Move To Fulham
- Sunderland Jenas Deal Off
- Deadline Day: Sunderland Transfer Rumours
More from Sunderland AFC
- Have Your Say: Sunderland AFC Fans' Survey 2013
- 'Psycho Drama Queen': Phil Bardsley's Girlfriend's Twitter Attack On SAFC Boss Di Canio
- Sunderland Boss Di Canio Criticises Phil Bardsley Over Casino Pictures
- PFA Warning For Sunderland Boss Paolo Di Canio After Players' Complaint
- Transfer Talk: Sunderland In For Striker Charlie Austin?
- Transfer Talk: Sunderland May Miss Out On Danny Rose
- Spurs 1 - 0 Sunderland: Bale Brilliance Sinks Paolo Di Canio's Side
- Paolo Di Canio: Sunderland Would Have Gone Down Without Me
Related tags: Sport
- Have Your Say: Newcastle United Fans' Survey 2013
- Newcastle 0 - 1 Arsenal: Final Day Defeat As Steve Harper Says Goodbye
- Lance Armstrong's Life Story Trampled Underfoot In Newcastle
- Newcastle United Manager Alan Pardew Confident Over Future
- Yorkshire Bank 40: Durham Lose To Hampshire By Five Wickets
- Transfer Talk: Simon Mignolet's Agent Rubbishes Talk Of A Move
- Danny Simpson Confirms Newcastle Exit
- Newcastle Boss Alan Pardew: I'm Staying At St James' Park
Related tags: Football
- Newcastle United Owner Mike Ashley Offers £1Million Incentive To Beat Arsenal
- Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland Preview: SAFC To Play With 'Dignity'
Related tags: Sunderland
- Paolo Di Canio Fires Holiday Threat At Sunderland Squad
- Sunderland Safe From Relegation: Reaction From Ex Player and Fanzines
- SAFC Boss Di Canio On Connor Wickham Frustration: I Have To Slap His Face
- Sunderland's Alfred N'Diaye Impressed By Goalkeeper Simon Mignolet
- Sunderland 1 - 1 Southampton: Di Canio Hails Important Point Against 'Better' Saints
- Transfer Talk: Sunderland In For Croatia Left Back Ivan Strinic