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Fabrizio Romano Says Dele To PSG Deal Is Dead
By Harry Hotspur -

There’s a fair amount of face saving and generosity with the truth doing the rounds at the moment, in an auction house this process is kept short and sweet, as the auctioneer keeps on hand on his gavel and asks the bidders if there are any more bids, all in and fair warning… during a transfer window we get agents feeding the press a tale of Danny Rose still being in two minds about Turkey, and Spurs needing a replacement for Dele Alli, a player who couldn’t buy a game at Spurs, even if he owned the Bank of England.

Fabrizio is a tremendously well connected chap, but only with agents, and a source close to the club tells me that Dele Alli isn’t going anywhere because PSG want a deal that suits them – and less so Tottenham. If a loan spell worked, then they would like a price in writing, so they feel that they aren’t wasting their time. My understanding is that Levy is unable to provide a price that is agreeable to the French side. So no dice.

Spurs have replacements already for Dele, Lo Ceslo and Bergwijn. It’s a ridiculous excuse, but Tottenham have to try at least to make Dele sound valuable.

Dele Alli staying is not a good thing. It is a divisive thing. It’s £100,000 a week out the door, and it’s another stick to beat Mourinho with.

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Tangangry
Tangangry
1 month ago

Without knowing the numbers it’s hard to be objective. I mean if Levy is holding out for anything close to £80m then he’s at fault, but if PSG are trying to get him for 2 pints and a packet of crisps then fair play to him.

Sean
Sean
1 month ago

So to remain injured for the rest of the season?

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
1 month ago

Wrong, wrong, wrong. It is a stick to beat Levy with. I was under the impression that with Mourinho at the helm that he would have a much greater input into transfer deals unlike Poch. So who was responsible for the signings of Doherty, Fernandes, Bergwijn, Vinicius and Bale? Answers on a postcard please.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

Botch said on the 5 year mark that no player came or left without his say… Bergs and Gedson came midseason right after Maureen so they were obviously scouted before.. Hitchen is effectively our sporting director. He will work with Maureen to get him what he wants. Hitchen oversees all transfers and scouting and youth. So you want a postcard with Hitchens face on one side, Maureens on the other… If Levy was building our team then we would be relegated in no time. He knows nothing about football.

HarryKaneIsInOurHearts
HarryKaneIsInOurHearts
1 month ago

Same thing happened with Eriksen, he wanted to leave but we hung on to him for so long as we were reliant on him and it turned his whole mood sour, it created a toxic atmosphere in the dressing room and Poch was sacked (among other reasons like not winning anything). We aren’t reliant on Alli so makes no sense to keep him here, unless he’s giving the dressing room a boost (haha!)

Last edited 1 month ago by HarryKaneIsInOurHearts
Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
1 month ago

Eriksen became pi**ed off because he was being paid £70,000 per week and was well below parity with some of the other stars, including Alli. Levy decided to put him up for sale and in his infinite wisdom, valued him at circa 150 mill, putting him on a par with Coutinho. The rest is history, as they say.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

Wrong. Watch all or nothing.. Tintin was repeatedly offered better money. In fact Levy offered to EQUAL any other clubs wage offer to him.