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JUST IN:  Why 27-year old star may never play for Everton again…

Due to an appearance provision in his contract, Everton might not have the funds to allow Dele Alli to play again.

Ten million pounds is Dele’s appearance clause.
Everton and Spurs are negotiating a new contract, and Sean Dyche is prepared to use him when healthy.

AHEAD OF TIME?  Toffees and Tottenham are negotiating a review of Dele’s £10 million ($12 million) appearance clause. The Merseyside club will have to pay an additional £10 million after Dele makes 20 appearances due to a performance-related add-on. The English midfielder has only made 13 games since his January 2022 arrival.

The director of football at Everton, Kevin Thelwell, is attempting to work with Spurs to find a way to maybe rework the agreement. Although there have been talks between the two clubs, no significant adjustments have yet to take place, according to Everton manager Sean Dyche.

WHAT THEY SAID:  “Kev has received a few phone calls, but they have been very quiet. He asked, “Look, where do you see it?” “But as of right now, nothing has changed.”

Everton is finding it increasingly difficult to fulfill their contractual responsibilities due to their growing financial difficulties, which are exacerbated by the prospect of losing 12 points for breaking Financial Fair Play rules. As a result, they are frantically trying to get the £10 million cost waived.

 

THE BIGGER PICTURE: After an ordinary spell on loan with Besiktas, Dele returned to England but picked up a groin injury in pre-season which has kept him on the sidelines. However, Dyche intends to reintegrate him into the squad when he attains full fitness.

Regarding the 27-year-old, Dyche stated, “I must make it clear he is on the grass but still a long way from being fit.” “He’s not working out with us. He is working with the sports science team and is gradually returning to his previous level of performance. He is content right now. He’s back on the grass, but he’s still a long way off.

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