Stevenage Football Club has agreed terms with striker Danny Rose…
The 28-year-old arrives at The Lamex Stadium from Northampton Town where he spent the last two seasons, following his move from Mansfield Town in 2020. The forward netted 44 goals in 164 games for The Stags, enjoying his best goalscoring years under current Boro boss Steve Evans.
“I am delighted to get it over the line”, said Danny Rose. “As soon as the season finished, the move was something I wanted to make happen and now I can’t wait to get started”.
“I have worked with the gaffer before at Mansfield, I know what he’s about and I played the best football of my career under him. I scored a lot of goals for his team, and hopefully I can do it again this season at Stevenage”.
The striker adds to Steve Evans’ attacking options and becomes Stevenage’s fourth signing of the summer after Michael Bostwick, Aaron Chapman and Carl Piergianni earlier this week.
Supporters can get a first look at Danny Rose in a Stevenage shirt on our pre-season trip to Jersey, with tickets available to purchase in early June.
Subject to FA and EFL approval.