Tottenham player Dele Alli looks to be edging closer to leaving the north London side, with The Telegraph report claiming that PSG have begun talks for signing the England international.
Speculation about the 24-year-old’s future has increased with Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho keeping him out of his previous two squads.
The report further says that the midfielder has been left disappointed by twice being omitted from the squad. And now it looks that the player could be departing the Premier League side soon.
It is claimed that the Parisians have started talks with Spurs over Alli’s move.
The Telegraph hasn’t mentioned whether the Ligue 1 side are interested to hire the midfielder permanently or they are eyeing a loan move, however, the French outfit are hopeful of striking a deal.
Dele hasn’t been included in the squad for the last two matches, so it is understandable that he wants to move elsewhere. He has struggled to find the form that he showed when he first joined Tottenham in February 2015.
For Spurs, it still looks like a gamble to allow such a talented player go. He clocked up 25 league appearances last season, scoring eight goals and creating four assists.
Since his arrival in north London, the English footballer has made 223 appearances in all competitions, finding the nets on 62 occasions and claiming 55 assists.
He has also earned 37 caps for the England national team, with the player making it to the 23-man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.