Tottenham backed to claw back £ 60million loan to buy best star deal


Darren Bent believes Tottenham could land up to £ 60million next summer by allowing Dele Alli to go on loan initially in January.

the 24 years sees his value crumble as he continues to make the best bench under Jose Mourinho.

Air sports claim Spurs are unwilling to let the player go on loan, with PSG being the favorites for his signing. Premier League rivals Everton have also been linked with a surprise hit.

But the former Tottenham striker Bent, speaking to Football initiate, insists that this would increase Alli’s asking price.

Alli has only started four times in nine appearances across all competitions and made a rare Premier League outing on Sunday.

Bent insists that the best route for Spurs loans the former MK Dons star and then reap the rewards. This assumes that wherever he ends up he performs at a high standard.

“He’s definitely one of them where I think he definitely needs to address what’s going on in January,” Bent said. Football initiate.

“Yes, I would love to see Dele Alli stay and work for his place, but at the same time he’s far too good a footballer to sit on someone’s bench for a Europa League draw. ‘first team, even less (on the bench).

January movement key for Dele

“If he’s not doing the business, I understand why Mourinho doesn’t put him in there. But I think in January something has to happen where he will go some other way or something. They definitely need to sort it out because it’s not good enough.

“With someone like him, you don’t get the full value. I mean if they want to sell it, you’re not going to sell it for what you want to sell it for if it’s just sitting on the bench.

“He needs to play games so for me we can do sit-ups, if a loan deal is all you can do he could go to PSG, absolutely tear everything up, play really, really well and PSG is like, “Well, we have to sign it. ‘

“If he goes there and has a half-season like the Dele Alli we know, PSG could say: ‘We’ll give you £ 60million, £ 50million for him’, and Spurs would let you go. hand. I think his value, while sitting on the bench, is decreasing.

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