Football Insider have reported that Jose Mourinho was left upset by Spurs chairman, Daniel Levy in the January transfer market when he blocked a Dele Alli exit.
The report claims that Dele was lined up to go out on loan to PSG in order to link back up with former boss, Mauricio Pochettino. However, the French club would not pay the proposed £3m loan fee and the plug was pulled on the deal by Levy.
The Tottenham chairman was keen on a permanent sale when it came to Dele in the winter market, valuing the midfielder at around £45m.
Mourinho apparently wanted Dele Alli out of the club as early as the summer of 2020 and once again wanted to push for an exit in January 2021.
It is said that Tottenham will look to sell Alli on this summer, unless he makes a miraculous come back into the first team. The Lilywhites be working on a £25m deal for the midfield man.
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