Dele Alli proposed move to Paris Saint Germain might not materialize due to the demands from Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy.
Goal France reports that Levy is reportedly demanding £44m from PSG for the midfielder but the French giants are not willing to part with such amounts for a player who has barely touched the ball this season.
It was reported yesterday that PSG remains the front runner for the player’s signature with the 24-year-old already having his interest to leave the club and although the French giants want the player on an initial loan deal, Spurs will not let him go for anything less than a permanent deal.
The 24-year-old initially joined Spurs in 2015 after making a £5.97m switch from MK Dons and has gone to make over 230 matches in all competitions for the club and has been directly involved in 121 goals but he has found himself out-of-favor with current boss Jose Mourinho.
Alli has started just one league game this season and with the Euros coming up later this year, he wants to boost his chances of making the England squad for the summer event by playing regularly.
Dele Alli treatment is odd at this point - best player vs Ludogorets (4-0 win), then benched in the next EL game vs LASK (draw)— Premier League Panel (@PremLeaguePanel) January 13, 2021
Most creative player in the FA Cup, then not even subbed on vs Fulham
Not even rewarded with a minimal role to prove himself, even after playing well.