• 1/14

    Dele Alli talks to Mauricio Pochettino

    Dele Alli talks to Mauricio Pochettino

  • 2/14

    Verratti (5.5)

    In position 10, few balls reached him early in the game, but he got comfortable and had influence in the game. Pochettino’s choice remains to be considered.

  • 3/14

    Joy of PSG at the Champions Trophy

    PSG won their tenth Champions Trophy.

  • 4/14

    Navas (6)

    He had little work and ensured a parade in front of Caleta-Car (60th). Beaten at close range by Payet (89th). Peaceful for 90 minutes.

  • 5/14

    Marquinhos (7)

    Absolutely intractable from start to finish, first in front of a predictable Radonjic then in the face of the Marseille waves. He even made a nice opening for an offside Mbappé (29th).

  • 6/14

    Diallo (5)

    Serene against Thauvin at the start of the match, then solid in the second half as a left side, but passive on the goal of Payet (89th).

  • 7/14

    Florenzi (5)

    Dangerous a few times by his crosses and not much else to report for his return to the starting lineup.

  • 8/14

    Kurzawa (4)

    A particularly poor performance from the left side, with many technical inaccuracies and a fault on Payet which could have been expensive (41st). Replaced at the hour of play.

  • 9/14

    Paredes (6)

    After a catastrophic start to the match in his role as a hub, he recovered, with a good opening for an offside Mbappé (22nd), then a welcome calm in his passes. A good return to its surface (67th).

  • 10/14

    Herrera (6)

    Very valuable, both in defensive work and to make the game more fluid.

  • 11/14

    Di Maria (7)

    He gained momentum, crossing the goal of Icardi (39th) and giving good balls to his teammates.

  • 12/14

    Mbappé (4)

    A very disturbing performance. He was rough on the left as when he dezoned. He felt he was having a bad day and took less initiative in second. Scored an offside goal (29th).

  • 13/14


    A typical match on his part. A head to the side (18th) then a header which allowed him to open the scoring in two stages (39th). He then went to get the penalty of 2-0 (89th).

  • 14/14


    Entered in the 65th minute for his return to competition, he hurt by his balloon piercings in the foot. By far the best player in PSG.

In the sights of Paris Saint-Germain, the attacking midfielder, Dele Alli, wants to join the French formation during this winter transfer window.

Very little used since the start of the season by Jose mourinho, the England international took part in only 12 meetings in all competitions for 2 goals scored and as many assists offered. Desiring to relaunch his career as quickly as possible, Dele Alli would have clearly opened the door to a departure during this month of January.

Alli wants to find Pochettino

Linked to the English training of Tottenham until June 2024, the British playmaker could join the Paris Saint Germain during the next few weeks. According to information from Telefoot, Ile-de-France leaders are looking after a six-month loan for the 24-year-old who will most likely be accompanied by a departure from the Parisians. Dele Alli would also be tempted by a transfer to the France championship. He wants to find his former coach, Mauricio Pochettino. The two men rubbed shoulders with Spurs between 2015 and 2019.

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