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West Ham Rival Newcastle United For Dele Alli

West Ham Rival Newcastle United For Dele Alli

West Ham have joined Newcastle interest in Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli.

The Sun says both clubs have been linked with Jesse Lingard, but with the 29-year-old now set to stay at Manchester United, it could open the door for an Alli bid.

Tottenham are willing to let him leave in January, according to Eurosport, with Alli’s representatives beginning work on finding him a new club.

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West Ham and Newcastle are two of the most likely destinations, although Spurs chief Daniel Levy would prefer Alli to move abroad.

If that is the case then the Bundesliga represents the most attractive option for the forgotten England man.

Alli could become the latest Englishman to further their career in Germany, following in the footsteps of Jude Bellingham, Jadon Sancho and Reece Oxford.

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WORDPRESS: 6
  • Did I not say that Rhor’s sacking will come back to haunt us. Yet you Detruth thought we were saying rubbish. Oya now begin to rubbish me, Drey and co for warning you all.

     
  • LET US FAIL WITH OUR OWN 9 months ago

    Hehehe Na how you lay your bed na so you go lie ontop am.You can’t bite more than you can chew.Somebody said here that very soon no foreign coach will like to work with the SE cos of the way they treat them. However, I hail the move of the man.I mean trying to speak to Rohr before considering the job. But however I don’t think we need him. His resume is not that there.

     
  • Bello 9 months ago

    I posted this earlier today. Even the US government has advised their citizens about the insecurity in Nigeria.

    @Detruth,
    Gernot Rohr most likely would discuss the level of insecurity with him. I read somewhere that Peseiro’s family members were already worried about the insecurity situation in Nigeria, mostly the kidnapping of expatriate workers by bandits and herdsmen. Let’s hope Peseiro’s security will be guaranteed all through his stay in Nigeria should he make up his mind to accept.

     
  • KingEkpas 9 months ago

    Any discussion on SE coach would come up after the nation’s cup and should Eguavoen’s team does well by winning Gold, certainly there will be need no for a foreigner since the local men delivered. See Algeria and Senegal, no foreign coach and they are doing very well. We must continue to wish for a local coach, nff should support him otherwise some Nigerians are fools.

     
  • LET US FAIL WITH OUR OWN 9 months ago

    The highlight of the whole discussion will be on non payment of salaries. I mean at this point we have to give up to Rohr for his patience and understanding as regards salaries. If not say na big man with so many investment in France, baba for don jakpa tey.

     
  • Umanna Bassey 9 months ago

    The Eguavoen’s team is 36th on FIFA ranking while Venezuela is a distance 59th position, just a point ahead of Burkina Faso which is the 60th. And some fools want a former coach from such lowly position to come and coach who? Una be ode buruku.