Report reveals how much Spurs could earn from Dele Alli’s move to Besiktas

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The Sun have revealed that Tottenham could earn a maximum of £2 million from Dele Alli’s potential sale to Besiktas from Everton.

Fabrizio Romano confirmed this week that Dele had joined the Turkish Super Lig club on loan with a £6m purchase option before January 1 and an £8m purchase option between January 1 and June. This is not an obligation-to-buy clause though.

As such, there is still a chance that Tottenham could receive nothing from their Dele Alli transfer to Everton. There is also still a chance that Dele returns to Everton and Spurs get paid £10m once he reaches 25 appearances.

However, the most likely outcome seems to be Besiktas purchasing the English midfielder for £6m or £8m, with Spurs being entitled to 25% of that fee.

This means, after signing Dele for £5m in 2015 (BBC), Spurs may only get £1.5m or £2m for his eventual sale in 2023.

Spurs Web Opinion:

Tottenham waved goodbye to getting a good fee for Dele Alli a couple of years ago when his decline was clear for all to see. At his peak, he was a £100m player, but nowadays I think Spurs fans just want to see him back at his best.

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