The winter transfer window is about to close, and there’s no solution as to whether or not Tottenham Hotspur will let their disgruntled midfielder Dele Alli leave.
Over the past few months, Paris Saint-Germain has reportedly shown interest in the 24-year-old; however, Spurs aren’t keen on letting the England international depart.
Nonetheless, with only hours left until the winter window shuts, one person is finally giving the green light to letting Alli go to the French capital.
According to the Daily Mail, Spurs boss José Mourinho won’t stand in the way of an Alli departure as the midfielder wants to get his career back on track.
With international competitions such as the UEFA Euro 2020 and FIFA World Cup in 2022 on the horizon, Alli wants to rediscover his form to be considered for the England National Team.
The only hurdle in a potential deal that would see Alli reunite with his former manager Mauricio Pochettino is for Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to sign off on the possible loan agreement.
In the past, Levy has shown his reluctance to let Alli leave, so it’s no easy task for this deal to occur.
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