Kevin Campbell has claimed Dele Alli is set to leave Tottenham in January after “falling off a cliff” under Jose Mourinho.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former Gunners striker and lifelong supporter tipped the attacking midfielder for a mid-season loan to big hitters Paris Saint-Germain to reignite his career.
Alli has been reduced to the role of virtual spectator at Spurs this season following an overhaul of the team that has helped catapult them to second in the Premier League table.
The 24-year-old has had only 66 minutes of league action this season and he is even struggling for game time in the Europa League when Spurs select a weakened side.
Alli has not made the matchday squad for Tottenham’s last four Premier League matches and there is intense speculation he won’t be at the club in the second half of the season.
Asked by Football Insider what the future may hold for Alli, Campbell said:
“There is talk of PSG and that might suit him. Link up with Neymar and Mbappe there.
“I truly believe if he doesn’t get game time for Spurs between now and January, he’ll go out on loan and it’s up to him after that.
“He’s a good player, we know he can score, he’s been an England player for years and all of sudden he falls off a cliff.
“We’ve seen it happen with Mourinho before, there’s always one and Dele Alli is the one who has fallen down the pecking order.
“He’s got to get himself sorted and get a club. He’ll get himself sorted because he’s talented.”