Tottenham Ready To Let Dele Alli Transfer Go Ahead As Thanks For Service
Dele Alli has fallen out of favour at Tottenham this season, with the England international not appearing in the Premier League since 4 October.
He hasn't started in the league since the 1-0 opening day defeat to Everton.
Jose Mourinho has clearly decided that the midfielder isn't a part of his plans at the moment, and reportedly chairman Daniel Levy could now allow the player to leave this January.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Alli will be allowed to leave the club as a thanks for his five years' service - during which he has largely been a key part of the team.
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Spurs are allegedly keen to receive a transfer fee that reflects the 24-year-old's full value, but would be willing to let him go on a six-month loan until the end of the season.
One club that are keeping a close eye on this will be PSG, who the Daily Mail have linked with a loan move. PSG are thought to have made several offers for Alli over the summer, but the England international wasn't allowed to leave north London.
Jose Mourinho makes all five of his subs, Dele Alli gets up and walks down the tunnel. Could be the end for him at Tottenham. pic.twitter.com/ZHqMOg9Alu- Lewis Steele (@LewisSteele_) December 10, 2020
Another side who have been linked with Alli are Premier League rivals Everton. The Daily Mirror reports that manager Carlo Ancelotti and Director of Football Marcel Brands are interested in Alli and teammate Harry Winks after their struggles to be involved this season.
Although Alli has rarely been seen on the domestic front during the campaign, he has made some appearances in the Europa League. Most recently, he came off the bench to score a late penalty in Spurs' 3-3 draw with LASK.
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