Sources: Alli wants PSG move, Spurs unwilling
Dele Alli is dealing with a distressed wait over his proposed transfer to Paris Saint-Germain with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy hesitant to let the midfielder leave, sources have told ESPN.
The 24-year-old has been frozen out of the first-team image under head coach Jose Mourinho and previous Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is eager to reunite with Alli in France.
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Sources have told ESPN that Alli likes the move and Mourinho wants to let him go however Levy is showing to be the major stumbling block.
Alli was a key part of the Spurs team which reached the 2019 Champions League last and has actually been one of the club’s most successful acquisitions having been signed for simply ₤ 5 million from MK Wears in February 2015.
He has actually considering that gone on to make over 200 looks however has started just six times this season with Mourinho questioning his work ethic and openly identifying him “lazy” in the current Amazon “All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur” documentary.
Alli missed Monday’s FA Cup fourth round 4-1 win at Wycombe with a “small issue in his tendon” and has actually not been training in current days.
Sources have actually told ESPN Alli is desperate for first-team football, not least since he faces a battle to hold down a place in Gareth Southgate’s England team for the delayed Euro 2020 finals this summer season.
Sources included that PSG have shown a desire to negotiate regarding the possibility of inserting an alternative to purchase in any contract and want to use a loan cost however Levy is yet to provide a last response in spite of being conscious of their interest for some time.
Levy infamously does late organization in transfer windows but PSG are pushing for a response ahead of Monday’s 11 p.m. GMT due date.