Following the news that Bryan Gil is on his way to Valencia on loan, the Spanish giants could be set to offer another Tottenham star a way out of London. According to The Athletic, Valencia are chasing a second Tottenham Hotspur loan deal. The second player in question is England international Dele Alli.
Dele Alli Could Become Second Tottenham Hotspur Loan Deal to Valencia
Loan Move Could Suit All Parties
Dele Alli has struggled for game time and form for some time and any deal to allow him to move could suit all parties concerned. It appears at present that Valencia are the front-runners to secure a deal before today’s transfer deadline comes to an end, however, The Athletic also report a small number of Premier League clubs could still make a move.
Alli appeared to feature in former manager Nuno Espirito Santo’s plans, however, after a poor showing against North London rivals Arsenal where he was substituted at half-time, he has failed to regain the trust of either Santo or his new manager Antonio Conte and has made just four league appearances since September.
A loan move to either Spain with Valencia or a Premier League team could be the move that the 25-year-old England international desperately needs to reignite his career and show the form not seen in some time.
Once a Rising Star, Now Struggling
Once a rising star that saw Spurs part with £5 million to sign him from MK Dons, Dele Alli now needs another move to get his career back on track. A Tottenham Hotspur loan deal that would see him move to Valencia or possibly another Premier League club would be an opportunity he cannot resist.
An inspirational player at MK Dons as they secured promotion to the Championship, Alli continued his impressive form when he moved to Spurs. His outstanding performances brought him an England call-up just two months after he made his Premier League debut.
However, in the past two seasons, a loss of form has led to limited game time for his club and also the loss of his England place as the Three Lions thrive under the guidance of Gareth Southgate.
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