Dele Alli asks to be transferred to Paris Saint-Germain
Exclusive – Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli has called on president Daniel Levy not to block a possible transfer to Paris Saint-Germain this month.
PSG were keen on signing Alli over the summer and his interest in the Englishman only grew following the hiring of Mauricio Pochettino, which made Alli one of the youngest midfielders. most exciting of the game during his time with Spurs.
Jose Mourinho is concerned about Alli’s attitude and efforts and ruled him out accordingly, and results without Alli in the squad have only reinforced Mourinho’s determination to keep the 24-year-old on the sidelines. .
The boss is keen to see Alli go on loan, and PSG are eager to secure a deal on the line, but sources have confirmed that 90 mins that the talks were delayed due to the French side’s desire to insert a call option into any agreement.
Levy doesn’t want to see Alli leave permanently as he still believes the midfielder has the potential to become one of the best in the world in the job, so his proposal is for Alli to leave on a six-month loan without option. .
However, PSG would prefer a long-term deal, ideally 18 months, and are trying to get the chance to sign Alli in the summer of 2022.
Alli had made it clear to Levy that he wanted to be allowed to join Pochettino and PSG as he saw a real opportunity to get his career back on track. He has his eye on the European Championships next summer and is hoping a race in good form could earn him a recall to the England squad for the first time since June 2019.
Convincing Levy to listen is by no means a certainty, especially as Monaco, which is currently led by former Spurs transfer guru Paul Mitchell, has made it clear they are ready to accept the demands. from the leader of the Spurs of a short-term loan without options. buy.
However, Alli did not hide his desire to join the Ligue 1 champions, who have warned Spurs that they will not have to wait until the end of the January transfer window to seal the deal.
All three parties – Spurs, PSG and Alli – want to come to an agreement on a loan, but it is the specifics of the deal that have proved problematic so far.
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