You can Earn your place in the Team says Mourinho to Alli.

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Tottenham Tactician and boss Jose Mourinho expects Dele Alli to stood his ground and earn his place in the current squad but with the transfer window currently coming to an end next month and with Jose confirming he is in the squad for this week’s Europa League fixture.

Although it must be noted that England midfielder Dele, who has been left out of the past two games by Jose Morinho  with him  already been linked with a loan move to Paris Saint-Germain in recent days and report is saying that PSG might offer some amount to allow the English man transfer his service.

It was also be noted that Dele was include to be among the team that will travel to North Macedonia for the Europa League third-round qualifying clash against Shkendija on Thursday.

Although  after being subbed at half-time during the opening game of the season against Everton and it was also noted that Alli was not in the squad for the matches against Lokomotiv Plovdiv or Southampton.

With Spur Boss Jose already promising that his due to start against Leyton Orient in the League Cup on Tuesday before the match was called off following a coronavirus outbreak at the League Two club.

Football Analyst are saying that Alli’s inclusion in the squad for the Shkendija trip and also quoting Mourinho in his own word saying: “I always told that he will have his opportunities. I always told that it is no problem at all to have him and, like every other player, performances are important.

“He is coming, he has a chance to play and it will be important to play, it will be important for him to perform.”

Although it was noted that Alli’s place in the Spurs team has been put under even more threat by the arrival of Gareth Bale on loan from Real Madrid for the rest of the season potentially to form an exciting front three alongside Harry Kane and Son Heung-min which might lead to Alli staying in the parking order.

Although Sport Fan already noted that Kane with Son together make up all the five of Tottenham’s goals in a 5-2 win at Southampton, to bounce back from a 1-0 home defeat to Everton.