Daniel Levy may be open to a loan move away for Spurs ace Dele Alli in the January transfer window, according to Football Insider.
However, as per the news outlet, the chairman of Tottenham Hotspur is keen to resist offers from teams to buy the £46.8m-valued star outright, but that is not to say that he could leave the North London club on a potential loan deal for the rest of the 2020/21 term.
Should Spurs let Alli leave on loan?
A recruitment source has apparently told the publication that Levy believes that Alli still has a future with the Lilywhites in the long-term, as he is reportedly likely to request a temporary move away from THFC in order to try and get some more game time under his belt, with the potential aim of making England’s Euros squad for next summer under Gareth Southgate.
The attacking midfield player is contracted until 2024 but may not be in the long-term plans of Jose Mourinho based on his lack of time on the pitch.
Alli loan move makes sense
A loan move away for Alli makes sense, given that he has not yet completed a full 90 minutes so far this season, and so moving to another side who could offer him more matches would be a wise idea in order for him to regain some confidence and form ahead of the next campaign.
One thing for sure is that the 24 year-old is a ‘fighter’, and so he will be looking to prove to himself and others just how good of a player he can be.
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