Tottenham REJECT £ 3million loan offer for Paris Saint-Germain’s Dele Alli and insist the unstable star will remain at the club this summer despite Jose Mourinho’s disgrace
- Tottenham rejected loan offer for Paris Saint-Germain star Dele Alli
- Sportsmail understands PSG learned Spurs would not consider letting Alli go
- Rejection says Alli will now stay at club beyond transfer deadline
- Alli had scored against Maccabi Haifa but has fallen out of favor this season
Tottenham have rejected a £ 3million loan offer from Paris Saint-Germain for pending star Dele Alli.
Sportsmail understands that the Premier League club have told their French counterparts that they will not consider letting Alli go, which seems to indicate that he should stay at the club beyond Monday’s transfer deadline, although ‘he is clearly in disgrace under Jose Mourinho.
PSG’s declined loan offer does not include a permanent purchase option from Alli.
Tottenham rejected a £ 3million loan offer from Paris Saint-Germain for pending star Dele Alli
Spurs won’t consider letting Alli go despite disgrace under Jose Mourinho
It remains to be seen whether the French club will return with a new approach this weekend.
Sportsmail had previously reported that PSG had stepped up their interest in the England international.
The 24-year-old was introduced by Mourinho at half-time during Spurs’ clash with Maccabi Haifa in the final Europa League qualifying round on Thursday and scored a timeout to close the 7-2 rout. .
Thomas Tuchel’s PSG side recently intensified their interest in the England star
Despite Alli’s confidence in the daring trick that saw him win the shot on goal, he has been ruled out entirely from four of Tottenham’s last five teams.
He started the club’s season opener against Everton and was replaced by Moussa Sissoko at the break.
Alli also started last week’s European victory over Shkendija, starring for an hour in North Macedonia.