Everton plans to loan Dele Alli in January. The awkward Tottenham midfielder is desperate to escape Jose Mourinho and increase his chances of England being recalled for Euro 2020
- Everton are interested in loaning Dele Alli from Tottenham in January
- Alli got into the pecking order under Jose Mourinho in north London
- He wants more football to increase his chances of forming England’s euro squad
- Carlo Ancelotti is very interested in a move for Alli or his teammate Harry Winks
Everton are reportedly ready to start a loan move for Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli in January.
Alli has only made one start in the Premier League since the season’s opening day and has fallen far behind in the pecking order under Jose Mourinho.
Spurs are at the top of the Premier League and Mourinho appears to have a preferred starting XI that doesn’t feature Alli.
Everton is reportedly ready to put on a loan application for the unfavorable Tottenham star Dele Alli
Jose Mourinho has not started the midfielder in the Premier League since the opening day
He came off the bench for five minutes against Crystal Palace on Sunday, but hadn’t played in the top division since October, a 21-minute cameo at Old Trafford.
Alli has only played in the Europa League four times and was on the bench for the European win against Royal Antwerp last week.
Now Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti wants to bring the England international to Goodison Park when the transfer window opens for the next month.
According to The Mirror, the Italian plans to sign either Alli or his Tottenham teammate Harry Winks.
Both players are concerned about missing a spot on Gareth Southgate’s English squad for next summer’s belated European Championship if they don’t get enough football for the first team.
Carlo Ancelotti is hoping to lure Alli to Merseyside from north London next month
Ancelotti is also a fan of Harry Winks, who is also currently battling for regular time
Ancelotti is an “admirer” of both players and believes they can offer something different to current Everton midfielders.
Alli should be ready to leave Spurs next month.
But Everton will face stiff competition from French giants Paris Saint-Germain, who, Sportsmail reported last week, will make another offer for Alli in January.
PSG had beaten back a number of attempts over the summer but now Mourinho is ready to clear a move.
Ancelotti spent a lot of time in midfield during the summer bringing in Allan from Napoli, Abdoulaye Doucoure from Watford and James Rodriguez from Real Madrid.
He also has Andre Gomes in his ranks, Tom Davies and Gylfi Sigurdsson fighting for the season.