Tammy Abraham urges Dele Alli to make Serie A switch

Dele Alli of Everton
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England striker Tammy Abraham has been a successful signing for Roma this season but could a former international teammate be joining him at the Stadio Olimpico next year?

Dele Alli’s fall slump in form has been alarming and despite moving to Everton in the January transfer window, he has yet to rediscover his touch. Abraham believes that a switch to the Italian top flight could be the catalyst that rejuvenates his career but would Dele be a good fit for AS Roma and his former boss Jose Mourinho?

Making the move

Even at this early stage in his Everton career, it’s starting to look as if Dele Alli has no future at Goodison Park. The telling signs came in his new side’s defeat to Burnley in early April. Here were Everton, slipping to a vital loss against relegation rivals, yet Dele remained as an unused substitute.

While interviewed on his own situation, Tammy Abraham was questioned about his former England colleague. The Roma striker went into great detail about his own move from Chelsea and how a change of surroundings had benefited his game.

There were clear hints that Dele Alli should follow Abraham’s lead but there is work still to be done at current employers Everton.

Dele in Dire Straits

Everton currently sit just one place off the relegation zone in the English Premier League and many feel that Frank Lampard’s team can still get into trouble. While the club has faced vital fixtures, Dele Alli has played very little part and currently finds himself as a rarely used substitute.

Could the former Tottenham Hotspur man find himself in the second tier next season? There is some support for Everton from neutral sources and those that follow online sports betting in Thailand will see that the Toffees are among the outsiders to go down.

The favourites for relegation are the three sides currently in the drop zone. Norwich City, Watford and Burnley are starting to get cut adrift and those odds, as supplied via sources close to, show that they are the teams most likely to be relegated.

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Everton are still an option in the relegation betting but, irrespective of whether the side beats the drop, Dele Alli’s future at Goodison Park is far from certain.

Would Dele find a home in Rome?

Dele Alli may be struggling in England right now but we shouldn’t forget his brilliance in previous seasons. While at Spurs, the attacking midfielder produced scoring returns that would have been the envy of most center forwards.

The 2016/17 season was his most prolific with 18 goals in 37 Premier League games – a record which helped Spurs to finish in second place. He may be some way off his best right now, but, if Dele can somehow get close to his top form, he would be an asset to any club.

Should Roma take a gamble on the player?

The last 18 months have seen rumours of a move to Serie A with both Milan clubs linked with a loan switch. Eventually, Dele made a permanent move to Everton which clearly isn’t working out.

Those rumours will return, especially now that Tammy Abraham has hinted that Dele Alli should follow him. Former Spurs manager Jose Mourinho might just be the stumbling block but is this a player that AS Roma should seriously consider?

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