Everton midfielder Dele Alli has reportedly set his sights on an exit from Goodison Park, after just six months on Merseyside.
The 26-year-old joined the Toffees from Tottenham Hotspur in January, but, subject to the terms the two clubs agreed on, Everton are not required to pay any fee to Spurs until Alli has made 20 appearances for Frank Lampard's side.
Alli has featured just nine times for Everton, all of which have been from the bench, and the attacking midfielder has not managed to get himself on the scoresheet or provide an assist in that time.
According to the Daily Mail, the England international is looking for more gametime and therefore the Toffees are likely to sell Alli, who they value at £20m.
Everton will have to pay Tottenham £10m if Alli reaches 20 appearances for the club, but if the Toffees sell Alli this summer, they will owe Spurs 25% of the sum they receive.
Alli has vast experience of the Premier League from his time in North London, where he scored 67 goals and provided 61 assists in 269 appearances for Spurs.