Tottenham Hotspur coach Jose Mourinho said on Friday Dele Alli missed a weekend ago’s success at Sheffield United through injury instead of an approaching exchange.
The 24-year-old has been connected with a move away from the north London side in the wake of becoming undesirable under Mourinho.
However, the Portuguese supervisor said Alli had been overlooked from the venturing out crew to Bramall Lane due to a minor ligament injury that additionally compromises England worldwide’s contribution in Monday’s FA Cup fourth-round tie at Wycombe.
He didn’t play or because not chose for Sheffield, is everything comparable to the injury that he has,” Mourinho told a news meeting. “It is anything but a physical issue that will keep him out for quite a long time like Gio (Lo Celso), yet is a physical issue that doesn’t permit him to prepare completely with the group, and like over the most recent few days, zero chance for him even to prepare. So that is the circumstance for the present.”
Mourinho has stayed quiet on reports connecting Alli to a gathering with previous Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain. Be that as it may, he was set up to discuss the fate of Gedson Fernandes.
The Portugal Under-21 global is a year into an 18-month advance from Benfica however has shown up this season, having been avoided with regards to the Europa League crew.
We don’t talk with different clubs, in light of the fact that the player isn’t our own, we talk with Benfica,” Mourinho said.
From the second we felt that we were not giving Gedson the chance of playing numerous matches and being out of the Europa League list we believed we didn’t reserve the option to keep him.
On the off chance that he stays, extraordinary, he is another alternative for us and each time he plays he does well for us so it could never be an issue to have him.”
Mourinho added: “We never feel the option to keep a player who isn’t our player and isn’t playing as much as they might want.
On the off chance that there is anything among us and Benfica, truly, Benfica realizes that we are available to work together with an amicable club like they are however on the off chance that there is some other club included I can’t affirm on the grounds that truly, I don’t have the foggiest idea.”
Concerning recommendations that Spurs would make a January move window move for Southampton’s Danny Ings, Mourinho said his side had no need of a third striker given Harry Kane, Carlos Vinicius, and Son Heung-min are as of now in his crew “Two strikers, we are not a group that needs a third striker on the grounds that the third striker is Sonny,” Mourinho clarified. “We needn’t bother with more than two. We have the best… Ings I decline absolutely to say any word regarding him since he is a Southampton player and I regard that.”