Everton loanee sends 'Incredible' Dele Alli message after Sky Sports appearance
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Neal Maupay sends Dele Alli message at Everton

Harri Burton Wed 17 April 2024 13:40, UK

Neal Maupay hopes Dele Alli can return to the top of his game after the Everton ace appeared as a guest on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football.

The 28-year-old was the live guest as the Toffees were hammered 6-0 by Chelsea (15 April), confessing that he is targeting a return from injury and also the England squad ahead of the 2026 World Cup.

Alli has not played since his loan spell at Besiktas was cut short due to a hip problem, with a groin issue delaying his return, while he also revealed his struggles with mental health during an emotional interview with Gary Neville.

Taking to X on Tuesday (16 April), Maupay, who is on loan with Brentford, wrote: "After everything Dele has been through, I would love to see him return to the top of his game.

"There is an incredible player in there. He seems in a much better place mentally, which is great to see. Wish only the best for my guy."

Everton ace Dele Alli sets his sights on 2026 World Cup Maupay has been at the centre of a lot of controversy this season, often involved with other players or even staff members from other Premier League teams.

However, this message was an incredibly kind message to a player who has been unable to play the sport he loves for over a year due to injuries and personal struggles.

Alli could have played a major role this season for Everton, but sadly, has been unable to return to the fold to help fight the threat of Premier League relegation.

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While Alli's future at Goodison Park is uncertain, due to his contract expiring at the end of the season, fans are very split on whether they hope he remains at the club next season.

His ambitious aims suggest that the player still has a lot to give in an Everton shirt, but this may depend solely on whether Sean Dyche can keep the club afloat in the top tier of English football.

Just two points above Luton Town in the Premier League dropzone, affected majorly by a second points deduction, the battle to survive relegation is set to go right down to the wire.

In other Everton news, Phil McNulty suggested what Sean Dyche did to one Toffees player at Chelsea would not have been well-received.