Once considered the next big thing for Tottenham Hotspur and England, midfielder Dele Alli is all set to be offloaded by the Premier League club in the upcoming winter transfer window in January. The 25-year old midfielder has been given officially notified of the club’s stance after new coach Antonio Conte gave his inputs on the player.
Dele Alli is a shadow of himself nowadays and hasn’t started a Premier League game since September and has played just two minutes of domestic action since Antonio Conte’s arrival as boss. Things have been bleak for the former MK Dons attacker for a couple of seasons now, as he even failed to cement his spot under Jose Mourinho.
Dele Alli has played only 2 minutes for Tottenham Hotspur since Antonio Conte’s arrival
Alli found things a bit easier earlier this season when Nuno Espirito Gomes took over the reins at the club and he made five appearances in the Premier League, starting all of them.
Daniel Levy has decided to cash in on the troubled midfielder, making his intention clear of filling up his coffers with the transfer amount received from his sale. A loan move with an obligation to buy could also be on the cards for Dele Alli according to the reputed English news outlet, The Telegraph.
A decent fee is expected for the player, who still has three years left on his contract and could be a good buy for any club, given that he would be looking to revitalise his career at his newfound home.
Paris Saint Germain were extremely keen on signing Alli last summer, but Tottenham Hotspur’s chairman Daniel Levy was adamant on not willing to let go of him at that time.