Car-crash footballer Dele Alli facing new career low as he is ‘given ultimatum’

Dele Alli's footballing career has continued its downward spiral as reports suggest Besiktas want to end his loan – but Everton don't want him back.

Alli had fallen out of favour at Tottenham when he moved to Everton last January, but he struggled at Goodison Park. And after six months on Merseyside, Alli moved to the Turkish side on loan.

Şenol Güneş, the current Besiktas boss, who inherited a squad that included Alli, has already slammed the Englishman. And the Besiktas gaffer suggested the midfielder had performed "below expectations" for the Turkish giants under his watch.

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He said: "I couldn't affect the players [yet], now I can easily get through to them, but we haven't got through to Dele Alli yet. Let's not discuss Dele Alli as a player, but he is below expectations in terms of efficiency."

And according to Turkish outlet Sabah, Alli has until the end of the month to improve his performance or there is a serious chance that they will open talks with Everton about him returning to the Premier League.

However, Frank Lampard's side aren't keen on a return, and the Besiktas might be forced to see out his loan deal.

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Besiktas’ sporting director Ceyhun Kazanci said earlier this season: "No one can answer whether Dele Alli can do it right now. He is working very hard. He is a player who reached €100million (£87m) three years ago. He had a fall.

“Dele Alli is working intensively. We had intense talks with him before we signed him. Senol [Gunes, Besiktas manager] is famous for returning many players whose careers have been on the decline.

“We hope that he will be better in the second half of the season.”

If he hadn't already hit rock bottom, he's very close to it now…

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