Paris Saint-Germain are preparing to pull out of negotiations to sign Dele Alli on a season-long loan. It is understood that the financial terms to sign the midfielder are proving to be prohibitive for the Champions League finalists despite them being encouraged to enter negotiations. After the initial talks, PSG had been left feeling confident that they could agree a deal for Alli with Tottenham Hotspur but that optimism has dwindled in the past 48 hours. PSG were only interested in taking the 24-year-old on loan and believed a deal could be struck and that the England international was keen on the move. Inter Milan have also expressed an interest in Alli, who has been left angry and confused by his recent omissions from the squad by Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho.
The winger has been handed a punishment for his part in a late-game melee between the French rivals
The Portuguese head coach says the playmaker must take responsibility for his form amid ongoing speculation surrounding his future