Some Tottenham Hotspur fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to speculation linking Dele Alli with a move away from the club.
According to The Telegraph, Paris Saint-Germain are interested in signing Alli from Tottenham in the summer transfer window.
The report has claimed that talks regarding a move for the England international midfielder have already started.
According to WhoScored, Alli made 21 starts and four substitute appearances in the Premier League for Tottenham last season, scoring eight goals and providing four assists in the league.
The England international also scored one goal and provided one assist in seven Champions League games for Spurs in 2019-20, according to WhoScored.
Some Tottenham fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to speculation on the future of Alli.
Below are some of the best comments:
Meanwhile, former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has given his take on Tottenham signing Gareth Bale on loan from Real Madrid, while ex-Spurs forward Terry Gibson has commented on Twitter on the North London club bringing Sergio Reguilon from the Spanish and European giants.
WalesOnline quotes Carragher as saying about Bale: “I think there’s two points. The first point is: They’re not getting the same player as he was at his peak, but they don’t need that. If they get the guy who is getting a goal or an assist every 146 minutes – don’t forget what they’ve already got in the team with Kane and with Son, they’ve got huge numbers.
“He won’t be the ‘go-to man’ like he was before. What he could do, you see Son and Kane, really high numbers, look at the guy who is playing on the right wing now – Lucas – he doesn’t get anywhere near enough goals.
“If Gareth Bale just brought those numbers and never got back to what he was like at Spurs, I think that gives Spurs a real chance of propelling themselves into that top four because at the moment, they look a bit shaky defensively, but in terms of getting the goals they need to make the Champions League positions, if you just add his numbers from the last four years, and fingers crossed for everyone, because we want him to come into the league and rip it up, going past full-backs like Micah and make it tough for them, if he can do that, then fantastic. But if he can just supplement the other two – they’ve got a great chance.”