Jose Enrique has been baffled by Neil Warnock’s claim that struggling Everton star Dele Alli will become ‘hell of a player’ at Liverpool, as he posted on Twitter.
The former Liverpool man added “I don’t know what he’s talking about” as Alli has yet to start a game for relegation-threatened Everton months after leaving Tottenham.
During his days at Spurs, well the early years certainly, Alli was considered one of the best youngsters in world football.
But once the 26-year-old hit a brick wall he failed to recover, struggling under various managers including Antonio Conte happy to see him leave for Everton in January.
Since that decision he has yet to start a game, but recently retired England manager Warnock believes Everton are not good enough for him and he would thrive under Liverpool colours.
Enrique was reacting to such comments, but he had none, because he sent this message.
There are suggestions Everton could part ways with Alli this summer, less than six months after bringing him to the club.
Considering the Toffees are in their worst time lately, that tells you everything you need to know about Alli’s career.
Never mind Liverpool, the attacking midfielder would be lucky to sign up for a newly-promoted side should Everton get rid of him this summer.
This fresh-faced youngster who first arrived on the Premier League scene would do wonders at Liverpool, but Alli is a far cry from that player now.
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