Tottenham Hotspur coach Jose Mourinho has spoken about Delle Alli’s unhappiness at being in the club but not getting regular playing time. Delle Alli has been slowly sidelined by Mourinho and hardly features anymore for the club.
The Spurs drew 1-1 against Fulham in the Premier League last and Jose Mourinho was not happy with the team. He believes more is needed from the players still.
Jose Mourinho talks about Delle Alli’s future
Delle Ali has been completely sidelined ever since the Portuguese took hold of the club’s managerial position. The English international hasn’t been included in Jose Mourinho’s plans at all.
Since the start of this season, Delle Alli has made only four league appearances all in all featuring for just about 74 minutes. Most of his displays on the pitch have been from cup competitions.
There has been much speculation about Delle Alli moving away from Tottenham Hotspur this January transfer window to get some regular playing time. Paris Saint Germain which is now under Mauricio Pochettino is one of the interested parties.
Jose Mourinho when asked if Delle Alli was unhappy with staying at the club said it was an inappropriate question and one which he wasn’t ready to answer at the moment.
In every dressing room are unhappy players,” Mourinho said.. “For sure. If any one of us, of my tribe, tells you that in his dressing room are only happy players, I don’t think it’s true. Or somebody is so so lucky to have a miracle in his hands.
“Then you can have [an] unhappy professional and the unhappy professional is the one that is unhappy but feels that his duty is to work, work, work and work. And there is the unhappy that believes that it’s not his job to fight and to work every minute for the squad and for the club.”
The question is if I let Dele go without getting a player in exchange and I’m not going to answer that.