Sport Alasdair Gold drops behind-the-scenes Spurs claim, identifies Mourinho's problem with Scarlett
Jose Mourinho ready to allow Dele Alli to leave Spurs for PSG
Mourinho is understood to have cleared the way for Alli (left), who has spent the vast majority of the season on the sidelines, to leave this month - which represents a significant hurdle overcome. © Provided by Daily Mail Jose Mourinho (right) is ready to grant Dele Alli his Tottenham exit with the deadline looming All that is left is for Levy, who has so far shown a reluctance to let Alli leave, to sanction the deal.Talks are ongoing and whether Alli, who only 12 months ago was valued at £100m, can go is set to be resolved during the final hours of the transfer window.
Tottenham Hotspur reporter Alasdair Gold has shed some light on Spurs manager Jose Mourinho’s private view on 16-year-old forward Dane Scarlett in an.
This comes after the Portuguese manager handed the Lilywhites academy product his on Sunday in Spurs’ 2-0 win over West Bromwich Albion.
What has Mourinho publicly said about Scarlett?
As explained in a , Mourinho publicly made a ‘big claim’ about the teenager after handing him his league debut versus the Baggies, declaring in a : (3:00) “I wanted to be the one to put him on in a Premier League match because I know that he will be somebody in a few years.”
Alasdair Gold drops claim on who could play key role in mending Alli and Mourinho relationship
In a recent article for Football.London, Alasdair Gold claimed that it is up to Daniel Levy to repair the broken relationship between Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli and Jose Mourinho. In his piece, Gold states his belief that Levy won the battle to keep Alli at Tottenham for the remainder of the season, with Mourinho […]In his piece, Gold states his belief that Levy won the battle to keep Alli at Tottenham for the remainder of the season, with Mourinho said to have been more than ‘willing to move Alli on’ to Paris Saint-Germain, with whom the midfielder was heavily linked this January.
In his report for Football.London, Gold shared this quote and explained that ‘Mourinho is excited’ about the young attacker.
However, despite that excitement, Gold has shared that behind the scenes, Mourinho has a ‘problem’ regarding the teenager, as he supposedly knows that he probably won’t be the manager who gets the best out of Scarlett when he fully develops. That indicates the manager thinks it’s unlikely that he will still be at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at that point.
Transfer Tavern take
The longest period of time that Mourinho has spent at any club for a single stint during his managerial career is his spell of just over three years at Chelsea. That lasted from .
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, a forward is expected to peak at age of 27 or 28, so with that in mind, it’s understandable for Mourinho to think it’s unlikely he’ll be at Spurs to get the best out of Scarlett. He may rate the teenager highly but the chances of Mourinho staying in north London for the best part of ten years is far-fetched.
That being said, it’ll be exciting to see what the Portuguese can extract from Scarlett over the course of the current campaign.
In other news,.
Jamie Redknapp says Mourinho is 'making a habit of upsetting people' .
Dele Alli and Gareth Bale were brought on by Mourinho despite the Tottenham manager having previously criticised both players.Mourinho's side fell to a 3-0 defeat away to Manchester City on Saturday evening, which leaves them 17 points adrift of the Premier League leaders.