After weeks of rumors and speculation, Paris Saint-Germain decided to finally make an offer to Premier League side Tottenham for midfielder Dele Alli. Tottenham did subsequently decline PSG’s offer of a £1.5 million season-long loan deal for Alli, according to a report from The Guardian.
PSG had shown interest in signing Alli for weeks. The club considered either settling for a season-long loan deal or pushing to sign the talent on a permanent transfer deal. But Tottenham club chairman Daniel Levy has been clear that he much prefers Alli stay with Spurs and fight for a spot on the team. Levy is open to offloading Alli, but only if a team offers to essentially overpay for the English midfielder.
PSG has been in the market to acquire a midfielder for depth over the current transfer window. So unless the club aims to offer up a monumental transfer offer for Alli, he will stay put at Tottenham after the transfer window closes next week.
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