Everton midfielder strikes transfer deal with Super Lig giants, option to buy included

Besiktas' fans celebrate their 2016-2017 Turkish league champion title after the Turkish Spor Toto Super league football match between Besiktas and Osmanlispor near the Vodafone Park stadium on June 3, 2017 in Istanbul. / AFP PHOTO / YASIN AKGUL (Photo credit should read YASIN AKGUL/AFP/Getty Images)

Everton midfielder Dele Alli has joined Super Lig outfit Besiktas on loan with an option to buy according to Daily Mail.

Per the source, it will be up to the England international whether he joins the Black Eagles on a permanent move at the end of the temporary move.

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Alli joined the Toffees just seven months ago from Tottenham in a dealing day move but failed to settle in and has made just 13 appearances since joining.

Everton manager Frank Lampard was asked about the move ahead of the game against Nottingham Forrest which will be played on Saturday.

“There is interest in Dele, that has come out publicly,” Lampard said.

“That is one for us to consider behind the scenes and for Dele to consider, for him to go would have to be right for everybody.

Sabah claim that Besiktas will cover Alli’s wages for the rest of the season.

The Istanbul based outfit will be able to sign Alli on a permanent transfer for £5.9m (€7m) sign the 26-year-old on three-year contract.

Tottenham let Alli join Everton for free but the Merseyside based side would have to pay Spurs £10million if he reaches 20 appearances according to

Tottenham let the attacking midfielder go essentially on a free, but with several add-ons included in the deal.

While Everton did not have to put down an initial payment for Alli, they will have to send Tottenham £10million if he reaches 20 appearances.

And other clauses in the transfer could see Everton pay Antonio Conte’s side £40m in total.


And other clauses in the transfer could see Everton pay the North London based outfit side £40m in total.