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Dele Alli’s Tottenham chance; Hudson-Odoi thriving with Tuchel; David Luiz’s Arsenal contract – talking points
As it stands, Dele Alli is unlikely to be granted his deadline-day move to Paris Saint-Germanic, with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy unwilling to weaken the club’s squad mid-season without being able to sign a replacement. If Dele stays put, the question is whether Jose Mourinho will reintegrate him into the team for the second half of the campaign, as he did with Tanguy Ndombele when Daniel Levy similarly refused to allow the Frenchman to leave in the summer. Spurs could use Alli’s knack for goals, particularly with Harry Kane facing a fortnight out, but Mourinho appears unhappy with his attitude and work-rate which will presumably need to change if Alli is to be given another chance.