The Athletic’s David Ornstein has revealed in the latest episode of the Ask Ornstein podcast that Dele Alli will likely be pushing to leave Tottenham Hotspur when the transfer market reopens in January.
Ornstein has now revealed that there has been no fallout or bust-up between the former MK Dons man and Jose Mourinho.
The Spurs boss is said to believe that the 24-year-old does not suit the system he wishes to deploy and does not see the midfielder as a part of his future plans.
However, the journalist reveals that Daniel Levy is not in a hurry to get rid of the England international.
The Tottenham chairman reportedly likes Alli and is said to have rebuffed more than one loan offer from Paris Saint-Germain during the previous transfer window.
Ornstein does suggest that he expects the midfielder to leave Spurs in January, either on a loan deal or a permanent transfer and adds that discussions over a possible move are likely to begin in mid-December.
Watch Ornstein’s latest update on the Tottenham star’s future below (starting at 5:57 in the video):
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