Mauricio Pochettino must convince former boss Daniel Levy over Dele Alli Spurs exit
Pochettino returned to management at the French giants having been sacked by Spurs in November 2019.
He has already won a trophy at his new club, though is believed to be keen to strengthen his options.
One of his targets is Alli, who flourished at times under Pochettino at Tottenham though is struggling with Jose Mourinho now in charge.
He has played just 74 minutes of Premier League football this season, and has not started since the opening day of the campaign.
It’s suggested that Levy is not keen to allow a player whose contract lasts until 2024 to depart so easily.
Though Pochettino may still have hope having previously worked with Levy during his time in north London.
The Argentine spent five-and-a-half years in charge and was sacked just six months after guiding Tottenham to the Champions League final.
Following the end of his gardening leave last summer, Pochettino said: “In the last few days, I was talking with Daniel.
“I wanted to translate my gratitude and that of my coaching staff and all our families because he was the person that trusted us, who gave us the structure to work…….read more
Source: Daily Star