In an exclusive interview with Football FanCast, Tottenham Hotspur legend Paul Stewart has urged his former club and chairman Daniel Levy to accept offers for Dele Alli if they are in the region of £20-25 million.
Alli hardly featured under Jose Mourinho, having been handed just three Premier League starts this season under the former boss, but he did impress with two goals and three assists in eight Europa League games.
Should Spurs sell Dele Alli?
The 26-year old has found himself out of Gareth Southgate’s England squad this season and will likely not be included in the final 26-man squad for the European Championships this summer.
Speaking on why Spurs could look to sell Alli this summer and what sort of fee would be acceptable for the midfielder, Stewart exclusively told FFC:
“I think if somebody came in with a substantial offer like £20-25 million, then they may consider letting him go, but then again when a new manager comes in there could be a total switch around in his favour.
“There’s nothing more reassuring than when a manager comes in and he fancies you as a player and is willing to give you a chance, because then your confidence builds up.
“So I think that’s possibly what Dele needs but he will be one of the players that is happy that Jose is gone.”