Dele Alli and Jose Mourinho FELLEN for Everton loss, claims Gabriel Agbonlahor, with England star potentially heading to Real Madrid as makeweight in Gareth Bale deal
Dele Alli and Jose Mourinho fell out for Tottenham’s weekend defeat against Everton, according to Gabriel Agbonlahor, with the English star now a potential second in Gareth Bale’s sensational return.
Midfielder Alli was eliminated for Moussa Sissoko at half time on Sunday afternoon when Spurs opened their Premier League campaign with a 1-0 home loss.
And Agbonlahor has claimed that Alli had a disagreement with Mourinho leading up to the season opener.
Gabriel Agbonlahor has claimed that Dele Alli (pictured) had a fallout with Jose Mourinho for Sunday’s 1-0 defeat to Everton in Tottenham’s opening game in the Premier League.
Alli and Mourinho have had a difficult relationship, according to the recent Amazon series
He told talkSPORT: “I feel like they need a No. 10 too, because I hear from a good source that Dele Alli and Mourinho have dropped out.”
It comes with Alli, 24, possibly heading to Real Madrid as part of the deal that could allow Bale to return to North London.
Chairman Daniel Levy led high-level talks on Tuesday with the result that Spurs is on pole position – ahead of Manchester United – to sign the Welsh star.
Sportsmail reported Real is agreeing to pay more than 50 percent of Bale’s astronomical wages of up to £ 500,000 a week to facilitate the deal.
The English midfielder Alli was eliminated at half time in a match that Tottenham eventually lost 1-0
Gabriel Agbonlahor said on talkSPORT that Alli and Mourinho had a disagreement
Tottenham is believed to have explored a loan or permanent deal, including an exchange for one of the club’s top first-team players, such as Alli, for Bale.
Alli has struggled to impress since Mourinho took charge of the club and the new Amazon documentary about the club reveals that the manager has repeatedly questioned Alli’s stance.
Mourinho claimed that Alli ‘doesn’t train well’ and is ‘lazy’ on one of the episodes of ‘All of Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur’ and questioned his ‘party boy’ lifestyle.
Alli scored nine goals last season and contributed six assists in 38 appearances for Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham is approaching a sensational deal with Gareth Bale returning from Spain
Alli could be used as a second party in the deal, so is Tottenham’s desire for Bale
Former England forward Agbonlahor also believes Spurs urgently needs another striker to ease the goal burden on Harry Kane.
He said, ‘I feel like if they don’t get a forward and get off to a bad start, I can see Mourinho run or get the bag.
‘He is used to spending money. He is not used to begging for a striker. ‘
Spurs will travel to Bulgaria on Thursday for their first Europa League qualifier against Lokomotiv Plovdiv.