Dele Alli is set for a £25 million Tottenham exit, according to Football Insider.
The 25-year-old has barely featured this season having seemingly fallen out with Spurs manager Jose Mourinho.
After being selected on the opening day of the Premier League campaign against Everton, Alli went months without starting a league game and reportedly nearly left for Paris Saint-Germain in January.
Football Insider claims Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy blocked the move because PSG refused to pay a £3m loan fee, something Mourinho was apparently upset by.
Alli worked his way back into team and has started a couple of Europa League games in recent weeks, but he is still struggling for Premier League minutes.
And with Spurs crashing out of Europe, it’s unlikely he will make more than a handful of substitute appearances between now and the the end of the season.
As a result, Football Insider believes Alli is set for the exit door – and Levy could be willing to sell him for just £25 million.
It is believed Levy valued Alli at £45 million in January, but Tottenham’s asking price could be almost cut in half this summer.
We can only imagine how much Spurs could have asked for Alli when he was at his peak two or three years ago…