Tottenham star ‘wants move’ to Euro giants as clock ticks on January window

Dele Alli TEAMtalk

Tottenham star Dele Alli has reportedly requested a move to PSG to link up with Mauricio Pochettino again and boost his hopes of playing at the delayed Euro 2020.

The attacking midfielder has hardly featured under Jose Mourinho this season after the Spurs boss previously questioned his attitude towards training.

The 24-year-old has featured largely in cup competitions and was impressive in the FA Cup win at Marine last weekend.

Mourinho recently admitted that he did not want to lose any of his top stars this month, with Harry Winks also linked to Valencia.

But Alli continues to be linked with a move to Paris, particularly after former Spurs boss Pochettino took charge.

And according to Téléfoot Chaîne’s Simone Rivera, Dele remains a priority for the French giants.

He said: “There is a priority in Paris, and it’s Dele Alli. The information we can give you tonight is that Dele Alli wants to go to Paris. He would be very happy to find his manager again.


“He is lacking game time at Tottenham. His relationship with José Mourinho isn’t great. The opportunity could arrive during this transfer window.

“But it needs to be a good one for Paris who, if they bring a player in, need to let one go, which can complicate the operation.”

Dele has just over half the month remaining to try and get a deal done, although Mourinho will likely oppose the move.

Baggies target experienced Spurs man

West Brom would be “very keen” to add Tottenham full-back Danny Rose’s experience in their bid to ensure Premier League survival, according to one journalist.

Danny Rose TEAMtalk

Rose appears to have no future at Spurs, with the Englishman absent from this season’s Premier League squad.

What’s more, he did not earn a place in the Europa League team. As such, his only match action this season has been for Spurs’ Under-23s side, for whom he has played twice.

Further down the line, however, Rose’s contract runs out next summer. According to talkSPORT, though, Spurs may agree to terminate the full-back‘s contract early.

Indeed, should that happen, he would become a free agent and a potentially lucrative pick-up for the Baggies, who need new signings in order to stay in the top flight. Read more…