Following a disappointing loan spell at Besiktas, it is expected that the Turkish club will not exercise their option to buy Dele Alli for £8 million
Dele Alli’s loan move to Besiktas was expected to provide him with an opportunity to revive his career away from the Premier League, but it has not gone as planned.
Dyche plans to assess Dele Alli’s situation during the international break
According to The Athletic, the Turkish club will not exercise their option to buy the midfielder for £8 million ($9.7 million) from Everton and he is likely to return to the Toffees this summer.
Despite expectations that Dele Alli would revive his career at Besiktas, the 26-year-old’s loan spell in Turkey has not gone as planned.
Despite being the PFA Young Player of the Year at one point, Alli has struggled with just two goals in 13 league appearances, and he is no longer a part of the team’s manager, Senol Gunes.
While the club has not ruled out his return, there is no obligation for them to purchase him, and it appears that his stint in Turkey is unlikely to end well.
Before their match against Chelsea on Saturday, Everton head coach Sean Dyche was asked about Dele Alli and he said that they plan to evaluate his situation during the upcoming international break.
Although Dele Alli has a contract with Everton until 2024, it is unlikely that he will remain with the team beyond this summer if his underwhelming performances persist.