Paris Saint-Germain have returned to London with a new and improved loan offer for Dele Alli, the Telegraph reports. The French giants have seen earlier attempts being rejected by Spurs but it is believed they are confident to land the England international before the end of the transfer window on Monday night.
PSG is hoping to sign Alli on a season-long loan and their first offer included a €3m loan fee. The offer was rejected by Tottenham, who are reportedly looking to receive at least €6m for Alli. The club also wants an obligated option to buy added into the loan but PSG are uncertain if they want to sign the midfielder on a permanent transfer next summer.
Meanwhile, Alli has been frozen out at Tottenham by Jose Mourinho. The midfielder was granted a full half of football on Thursday in Spurs’ 7-2 win over Maccabi Haifa in the Europa League. Alli entered the field as a 46th minute substitute for Giovanni Lo Celso and he even converted a penalty in stoppage time.