Financial constraints have led Everton to explore options for getting Dele Alli back on the pitch, and they are in discussions with Tottenham regarding their transfer agreement for the English midfielder.
Alli made the move to Goodison Park from Spurs in 2022 as part of a deal potentially worth up to £40 million. A stipulation in the agreement was that Everton owed Spurs £10 million once the Englishman reached a certain number of matches.
As reported by The Mirror, Everton aims to renegotiate this payment arrangement. The Toffees will owe the North Londoners £10 million if the player plays seven more games.
The 27-year-old, who left Tottenham with hopes of reigniting his career, has faced difficulties at Goodison Park, both on and off the pitch
However, resolving the financial aspect of their agreement is crucial. If Ange Postecoglou's team don't agree to the proposed changes, Alli's playing prospects could remain in limbo until the end of his contract at the close of the season.