According to a report in The Telegraph, Paris Saint-Germain remain optimistic of signing Dele Alli on a loan deal before the end of the month.
Several contradictory reports have emerged over a rumoured move to PSG for Dele over the last two weeks, with some suggesting that the midfielder will be given the green light to leave while others claim that he is likely to stay put at Spurs.
The Telegraph now report that Tottenham do not wish to sanction a loan deal due to the injuries to Giovani Lo Celso and Gareth Bale as the club fear that any other setbacks might leave them short in attacking areas.
The report suggests that Daniel Levy still believes that Alli could turn his form around and become a major asset for the North Londoners again.
It is also revealed that Mauricio Pochettino has remained on good terms with his former employers since his sacking and that Levy is aware that the midfielder would be well looked after in Paris and would get plenty of game time under his belt.
The report claims that Jose Mourinho will not stand in the former MK Dons man’s way if Spurs can agree on a loan deal with PSG.
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One can understand the club’s reluctance to let him go at the moment due to our injuries and fixture pile up. However, a loan deal will be suitable for all parties as it could potentially help Alli regain some of his lost confidence. As things stand, the midfielder looks unlikely to get much of a look in at Spurs for the rest of the season.
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