Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli is also pressing for a loan this month to join Paris Saint-Germain.
The 24-year-old midfielder wants to leave the London club and the two clubs are reportedly caught up in negotiations, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Tottenham is still unconvinced that this month the midfielder should be allowed to travel to France, but PSG is not prepared to give up the switch.
The French outfit is currently run by Mauricio Pochettino, the former Tottenham boss.
In Alli’s growth at the London club, the Argentine boss played a key role and he may be the one to help revive the career of the England international once again.
This season, Alli has only started one Premier League game for Tottenham.
A player of his caliber needs to play more often, particularly if he wants to cement his place for the upcoming Euros in the national team squad.
If they can not guarantee him playing time at the club during the second half of the season, Spurs should look to consider a loan deal for the midfielder.
This will help the player recover his sharpness and also protect his value in the future ahead of a possible sale.
It is clear that Mourinho is not impressed with the player and he has recently challenged the player’s lack of fighting.