Daniel Levy open to loaning out Tottenham Hotspur star Dele Alli
The English international has fallen down the pecking order at the club under Jose Mourinho. He has made just two appearances in the Premier League this season, failing to even make the matchday squad in the remaining games.
Alli has however enjoyed better luck in the Europa League. He has made four appearances in the Europa League and even scored our third goal against LASK yesterday. It looked to be the winner only for the Austrians to draw level in stoppage time.
According to the report, Levy is not keen on selling the midfielder in January. He is however ready to let him depart on loan and resurrect his career. It is fair to say that the potential world-beater has taken a beating in regards to his development in recent years.
Still just 24, Alli has time on his side in an effort to rekindle his standing in the game. Joe Mourinho for his part played the Devil’s advocate while talking about Alli’s future at the club. (h/t The Telegraph)
French giants PSG were linked with a move for Alli in the summer. It remains to be seen if they are still willing to take the player come New Year.
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With the European Championships set to be held next summer, it is imperative that Alli gets more minutes under his belt. England boss Gareth Southgate had warned Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson that he needs to play regularly to make the cut.
One would think it applies to Alli as well. With the likes of Jack Grealish and Ross Barkley impressing, Alli risks being overlooked if he continues to play a peripheral role. With his spot at Tottenham far from secure, a move elsewhere could prove beneficial.