Paris Saint-Germain was recently linked with Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli for a possible transfer deal. The English talent is not satisfied with his current standing within the team and PSG has been in the lookout for a midfield reinforcement over the current transfer window. Now, further details are emerging on the inner potential transfer saga between Tottenham and Alli.
According to a new report from the Telegraph, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy much prefers to keep the Alli as he wants the talent to continue to battle it out for a permanent spot in the starting 11. However, Levy is not completely closing the door on offloading Alli over the current summer transfer window. Still, it would take a grand offer to convince him to sell the English international. Levy does not plan on selling Alli “easily or cheaply.”
Levy is content with keeping Alli for this season but is also open to a season-long loan deal. As mentioned, PSG is one club that has shown relative interest in signing Alli. Inter Milan is another side that is showing intrigue in Alli as well but would struggle to meet the demands for the loan fee and his wages considering that the club is currently shoring up other transfer priorities within the team.
With the current transfer window set to close in two weeks, it remains to be seen on whether PSG will possibly push forward with either a blockbuster permanent transfer deal or opt for the season-long loan agreement.
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