According to reports, Everton and Tottenham have started talking about the potential of renegotiating the agreement that saw the 27-year-old transfer to Goodison Park in January.
The Toffees accepted a complicated trade that had multiple performance-related stipulations that might have raised the price to £30 million.
But the club has attempted to alter terms due to a grave financial situation and the impending prospect of a 12-point punishment for alleged FFP violations.
When Alli makes his 20th appearance, the Merseyside club is expected to give Spurs £10 million. The England international, who last played in a 2-1 Premier League loss to Aston Villa in August 2022, is currently seven games away from that milestone and has been for more than a year.
All the same, Sean Dyche has disclosed that Everton has started ‘background’ talks with the north London squad, with a return to first team action becoming a more likely possibility, if not instantly.
“[Football director Kevin Thelwell] has received a few phone calls, but they have been very quiet.” Where do you see it, look? stated Dyche. “But as of right now, nothing has changed.”
After his last appearance on a Premier League football field, Alli opened up about his struggles with addiction and mental health issues during a trying loan spell with Turkish team Besiktas.
After making his frank and intensely personal admission in July, he was hoped to recover quickly. However, a recent injury setback derailed intentions for a quick reintegration and left him some distance from an active comeback.
“It is important to emphasize that although he is on the grass, he is still far from being fit,” Dyche continued. “He is training with the sports science staff, not with us.”
“He is gradually returning to his previous state.” He was terribly unlucky when his post-operative rehab (went awry), and it took almost as long as it had originally.
However, the experts said to let it heal spontaneously and to leave it alone. He is content right now, yet