“Besiktas president Ahmet Nur Sebi has said there will be no permanent signing of on-loan Dele Alli,” the UK’s Daily Star reported on Sept. 9 (KST), adding, “He has left a bitter taste in his mouth about Alli.”
Alli, who was once part of Tottenham’s glory days alongside Son Heung-min, Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen, has fallen out of favor with the club due to a sharp decline in form.
He moved to Everton in the summer transfer window, but couldn’t find a place there either, so he joined Besiktas in the winter transfer window. 토토사이트
However, his performances at Besiktas have been less than stellar. He clashed with Besiktas coach Sérénol Guinness and was dropped from the roster after March.
Besiktas has no reason to keep Ali, who is close to being a free agent. “He’s not our player anymore, he’s not a very good player, but he came to us and we didn’t expect much from him,” Ahmet explained.
“To be honest, I was disappointed with Ali, but I wish him well as a human being, not a player,” Ahmet said.
Meanwhile, Ali has a tough road ahead of him after his return to Everton. Everton manager Sean Dyche himself gave a negative interview about him.
“I haven’t seen him train yet. The most important thing for him is to get fit.”