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“Everton’s Bold Move: Sparks Flying as Dele Alli Transfer Talks Heat Up with £10m on the Line!”

The former England midfielder is aiming to make a comeback at Goodison Park.

Everton manager Sean Dyche has stated that the club is planning to hold negotiations with Tottenham in order to renegotiate the conditions of Dele Alli move. The 27-year-old joined to Goodison Park last year as part of a convoluted deal that offers Spurs extra money if certain conditions are reached.

Although Alli left Spurs on a free transfer, the first £10 million will be banked in north London when he makes 20 appearances for Everton. So far, the offensive midfielder has 13 goals, and Dyche has admitted that conversations may need to be restarted because to the Toffees’ dire financial condition.

When he is fit and healthy, I am confident [sporting director] Kevin [The well] will go to Tottenham and say, “Right, how can we make this work for everyone?” It has never been at that level before, so we must wait,” stated the former Burnley manager.

Former Everton manager Frank Lampard signed Alli in January of last year. Under the present agreement, Spurs would be entitled £40 million if all performance-related add-ons are satisfied.

However, in his first few appearances in blue, the 27-year-old struggled to create an impression. Alli’s dismal loan term at Besiktas last season was cut short by injuries, and he has yet to make a competitive appearance this season.

“He was training with us, warming up and doing drills, and he strikes the ball and is knocked back to square one,” Dyche explained. “It was a crushing blow for him.

“He’d had an operation on his groin, they internally stitched it like an anchor inside his body, and one of them popped out having a shot and that was it. It was incredibly frustrating because he was feeling great. He is still a bit away yet, nowhere near training with us but is beginning to work with the sports science people.”

Alli has only scored one Premier League goal since the 2019/20 season, with the player admitting in an eye-opening interview with Gary Neville earlier this year that he has battled issues with addiction during his career.

The former England international went down a storm during his first three seasons at Tottenham, scoring 46 goals in all competitions and forming a deadly relationship with Harry Kane.

It remains to be seen whether he can rediscover that kind of form with the Toffees, who are winless and in the relegation zone ahead of their trip to Brentford on Saturday afternoon.

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