Everton player has numerous offers on the table, £8.5m bargain fee!

Dean Jones told Give Me Sport Everton’s Dele Alli has more than one offer on the table from Besiktas but is actually considering a number of moves this summer – and considering his options ahead of the deadline.

26-year-old Dele moved from Tottenham to Everton in January. Reports claim that the Toffees have yet to pay anything for the England international, but will pay Antonio Conte’s side £10million when he reaches 20 caps.

However, Dele has only played 13 times for Everton so far and he could now leave the club before then. According to reports, he has agreed personal terms to Besiktas, but has yet to complete a move as he contemplates his arrival before making a decision.

Talking about Dele’s future before the end of the transfer window, Jones says that Besiktas is not the only one who made an offer. Indeed, there are numerous offers on the table that the former Tottenham man is currently considering.

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“Now they are happy to let him go. He is open-minded about the Turkish offer, but that is not the only thing on the table for him. He’s thinking a few things.” Jones spoke to Give Me Sport about Dele.

Everton representative Dele has more than one offer

A move to “Besiktas” would be good for Dele. It would see him join a party with a massive following. The club that will fight for the Super League championship will come at the end of the season. But there is no European football.

It would see him reunited with former Tottenham man Georges-Kevin N’Koudou. Besiktas has targeted the Premier League for transfers this summer. Players such as Cenk Tosun, Romain Saiss and Artur Masuaku have all moved to Besiktas.

But Dele may still feel he can do something in the Premier League. It will be interesting to see the identity of the other offers on the table for the Everton midfielder, but a move this summer seems more likely.

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