Chelsea: Mauricio Pochettino Set to Contact Dele Alli Following Exits

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Mauricio Pochettino, the newly appointed Chelsea manager, has officially announced his intention to have a conversation with Dele Alli. Who has been facing a decline in his career. Alli, who is currently on loan at Besiktas but returned prematurely due to an injury. Has struggled to make an impact in Turkey and his future at Goodison Park remains uncertain. Pochettino’s phone call with the 27-year-old midfielder aims to address these concerns and potentially explore new possibilities for his career.

Despite having a year remaining on his contract with Sean Dyche’s Everton. Dele Alli was among the first senior figures to rejoin the club’s pre-season activities. Alli’s career trajectory has taken a downward turn since his days as one of Mauricio Pochettino’s key players at Tottenham. Pochettino, who recently assumed the managerial role at Stamford Bridge. Addressed the media for the first time and expressed his intention to personally engage with Alli in the coming days to understand the current situation and determine “what is going on.”

Chelsea and their concerns

In reference to Dele Alli, Mauricio Pochettino stated, as reported by the Mirror, “I hope to have some time to call and see because he is a great guy and I want to talk a little bit with him and hear. I want to help him and see what is going on with him. He is still young. And for sure he has the mentality. Now it’s a long time since I spoke to him but I want to contact him again and see what is going on.”

It is understood that Alli faced exclusion from the Besiktas team under the management of Senol Gunes. Which led to his return to England. Approximately a year ago, Frank Lampard had given Alli permission to seek a new loan club, but his situation has now potentially changed. Everton manager Sean Dyche has recently shed light on Alli’s circumstances, indicating a possible olive branch extended to the 37-cap England international.

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