Tottenham will consider selling Dele Alli or sending him out on a six-month loan when the January transfer window opens, according to the Telegraph.

Last week we relayed a Daily Mail story that claimed Paris Saint-Germain have revived their interest in taking Alli on loan next month after a failed summer bid.

Alli has been struggling for game time all season, though he did make his first Premier League appearance for several weeks as a late substitute in Sunday’s draw at Crystal Palace.

It’s likely he was only in the squad at Selhurst Park because Gareth Bale was ill, so his future remains very much in doubt.

And the Telegraph believes Spurs’ stance on the 24-year-old is now clear – he will be allowed to leave in January.

The report says Tottenham want Alli’s ‘full market value’ if they are to sell, but the Londoners will also consider offers to take him on a six-month loan.

Meanwhile, the Mirror believes Everton are ready to make a loan move for former MK Dons midfielder.

With clubs unlikely to pay big money for Alli because of his dip in form over recent months, a loan might be the only solution if he wants to leave Spurs.

Ultimately a temporary move would be best for all parties – Alli may even rediscover his best form if given the opportunity to prove himself elsewhere.



  1. Sending Dele out even on loan in January would add up to pure madness.
    Surely we need ALL our best elements for a push for trophies post Christmas.
    Do people forget how brilliant he was 2015/2018; one of the most sought after young players in Europe who could at the time have commanded a huge transfer fee.
    Granted he has been off for a couple of seasons now post 2018 World Cup.Well So was Dier and look at him now.
    Persevere with Dele; give him some playing time off the bench; don’t just ignore him.
    What is Mourinho trying to prove to us here?Is it personal?
    If we loan him out, we will surely regret it. An outright sale would be suicide.

    • An not even sure why he is not being penciled in the ropie. He was good in the preslvious match, did not see a minute last week. He needs to playing as an attacking mid, the way in came to Tottenham, not this silly#10 or false 9. You mentioned Dier. Sissoko was never a winger and he is striving in the middle.


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