Dele Alli says he could return to Everton from Besiktas unless his performances improve.
The former England international left for Turkey on a 12-month deal this summer, but his performances weren’t the best.
He scored just two goals in 11 appearances and was even booed when he was sent off in the 29th minute.
However, according to Turkish media Sabah, Besiktas is already considering canceling his contract with Ali and sending him back to Everton.
If the player doesn’t improve his performances by the end of the month, it is said he will return to England.
Ali has not appeared in Besiktas’ last four league games, and even manager Seihun Kazanchi has criticized his poor performances.
Kazanchi told TRT Sport: “Nobody can answer if Dele Alli can do it now.
“He’s working very hard. He’s a player who reached €100 million three years ago. He fell.
“Dele Alli works intensively. We had a heated discussion with him before signing him.
“Senor (Guness) is famous for bringing back many players whose careers have fallen.
“Hopefully we can improve in the second half of the season”
Ali was signed by Frank Lampard from Everton, ending the midfielder’s seven-year spell at Tottenham.
But Lampard’s future is also under scrutiny with the Toffees in the relegation zone and a seven-game winless streak.
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