Tottenham legend David Ginola believes Dele Alli would be best off leaving the club and making a shock move to French champions PSG.
Alli's form has been questioned in recent times, and he has been left out of Jose Mourinho's squad four times in their eight games since the start of the season.
He did return to the team and score in the Europa League win against Maccabi Haifa on Thursday, however, and also came off the bench in the 6-1 thumping of Manchester United on Sunday.
But his future still appears up in the air, amid rumours he could be tempted by a move to PSG.
And speaking to Sky Sports, Ginola urged the 24-year-old to take a chance and follow the likes of David Beckham in playing in France.
"When he came on in the second half [against United], you could see that he was very cautious about not losing the ball and not trying many special things like he is capable of doing on the football pitch," Ginola said.
"Doing that in Paris would be a new challenge for him. I don’t see why not. We haven’t had many English players playing for Paris Saint-Germain in the past so it would be interesting to see that."
Ginola also thinks Spurs' newfound attacking strength in depth means Alli needs to up his game if he wants to stay in the team, and does not appear convinced the player has the ability to do so.
He continued: "For Spurs with [Heung-min] Son, [Harry] Kane, [Gareth] Bale, Dele Alli – if he wants to play there with these three or four players – he needs to improve his game.
"He needs to be consistent. We have seen Son in the last couple of years, he has been tremendous – scoring goals, assisting goals."
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