PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN are reportedly set to revive their interest in Dele Alli as they line up a January loan offer for the Tottenham midfielder.
Thomas Tuchel failed twice in his quest to lure the England international to Parc des Princes in the summer as Spurs refused to allow him to leave.
Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli could be on the move in January[/caption]
The 24-year-old has fallen out of favour under Jose Mourinho, with the player failing to be named in a Premier League squad since October 4.
He has been limited to game time in the Europa League, though he was an unused substitute on Thursday night against Antwerp – much to his frustration.
With it now firmly clear he is not in the Special One’s plans, the Daily Mail have claimed that the North Londoners are willing to let him depart in the New Year.
This has led PSG to believe they will finally be able to secure the England international’s services.
Les Parisiens are said to be readying up another loan bid for the ex-MK Dons ace, though it is unclear if the offer will include an option to buy clause.
It has been stated that Alli is open to a move away from Spurs in search of regular first team football.
Alli knows that he must be featuring regularly if he wishes to be named in Gareth Southgate’s Euro 2020 squad.
Mourinho revealed earlier this month that it is not up to him whether the club parts ways with Alli in January.
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He admitted: “One thing is me understanding the players, another thing is the players’ situation.
“I don’t make decisions about selling a, b or c, or letting d, e or f go on loan.
“I am responsible for the players that belong to my squad and are working with me.”
Before adding: “I don’t have any problem with Dele.
“I don’t have any problems with anyone. I’m really happy I don’t have personal issues with any of my players.
“Players are happier when they play. They’re not happy when they don’t play and I don’t blame them. That’s just the way it is.”