Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho has suggested that he is not expecting Dele Alli to depart North London this month despite links with Paris Saint Germain.
There have been constant rumours revolving around the midfielder’s future, with new PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino reportedly keen to bring him to the Parc des Princes in the January transfer window.
As of yet, a move has failed to materialise, and Mourinho does not see a deal being done before Monday’s transfer deadline.
He said: “I am saying that since the beginning of the transfer window, I was not expecting anyone to leave, I was not expecting anyone to come.
“At January 27, not long until the end, I don’t believe anything is going to happen.
“Football is football. The transfer window is open, sometimes unexpected things happen, but I don’t expect it.”
Alli has found opportunities hard to come by throughout the 2020/21 campaign. He has made just four Premier League appearances thus far, with just one of those being starts. He has not played a single minute of league action since mid-December, hence the rumours of a potential move away from North London.
PSG can be backed at odds of 4/7 with William Hill to be Alli’s employes following the closure of the transfer window.