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Top Story: Alli’s Newcastle Lead Chase
Since the appointment of Antonio Conte, Ali has struggled to pave the way for Tottenham, despite the potential for a new start under the Italian head coach.
Instead, the report claims he fell with Conte, paving the way for the exit from the club in the remaining days of the January transfer window.
The report states: Newcastle United Currently the leading candidate to sign 25 years old, Borussia Dortmund, Brighton, Everton When Burnley Aiming for all potential transactions England International.
That’s where Alli comes in, aiming to act as a creative midfielder under Eddie Howe, keeping the club away from the possibility of demotion.
Bundesliga giant Dortmund is also monitoring the situation of ants, but the email is Germany At the moment, it seems unlikely.
It’s clear that we’re moving further away from Tottenham at this point, but we don’t know exactly where Alli’s future lies.
According to the report, Magpie provided € 40 million to playmakers linked to many of Europe’s top clubs. Howe Manager has already spent around £ 40 million and hopes to strengthen his team in the last week of January.
The 26-year-old lost his contract at the Bavarian club in the summer and can agree to a pre-contract with an overseas club from this month. Thomas Tuchel is said to be enthusiastic about centre-backs and discussions continue.
The AC Milan Midfielder will be a free agent in the summer, Milan Expired. Shira Blau Grana Offering him a five-year contract, it will earn him 8 million euros a year.
―――― Ronald Fedeli. Barcelona rejected the offer to extend the opening contract and warned the two Premier League clubs of the move.
according to MarcaCentre-back declined the opening approach from clubs trying to extend his existing deal beyond the expiration of 2023. As a result, both Chelsea and Manchester United are said to be monitoring the situation.
The 28-year-old has already stated that he lost his contract in the summer and will not sign an extension to move on. Bayern is said to have negotiated to sign him and offered a four-year contract.
– Soccer Sports
Tottenham’s Dele Alli wanted five clubs in the January window
https://www.espn.com/soccer/blog-transfer-talk/story/4578966/transfer-talk-tottenhams-dele-alli-wanted-by-five-clubs-in-january-window Tottenham’s Dele Alli wanted five clubs in the January window