Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly planning talks next month over potentially sanctioning Dele Alli’s exit from the club if his situation doesn’t change, according to Football London.
The 24-year-old midfielder’s future at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is currently uncertain after slipping down the pecking order this season.
Alli has started just one Premier League game this term and has not been in a league matchday squad since the 6-1 win at Manchester United in early October.
He has made eight appearances in all competitions this season for a combined total of 333 minutes plus injury time.
Football London claims that, while Harry Winks will most likely not be allowed to leave Spurs, the club’s stance on Alli is different.
Tottenham are reportedly looking to hold discussions next month over whether to sanction a potential exit for him in the January transfer window if his situation doesn’t change.
A decision will have to be made over whether the £100,000-a-week man’s exit is a loan move or a permanent one, adds the report.
While Alli may have struggled for form at times, the talent and quality is there, as shown by his impressive displays against the likes of Manchester United and Maccabi Haifa.
However, he doesn’t look to be in Mourinho’s plans and, as written in Football London, Alli would need something of an injury crisis right now if he’s not even getting into the “second XI”.
Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly planning another loan move for Alli and it would probably work out well for all parties were that to happen.
Spurs would get him off the wage bill without strengthening a title rival, Alli would get game time, and PSG would acquire the services of a great player.