Dele Alli could be sent back to Everton early as Besiktas consider scrapping loan deal

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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