- Dele Alli has been linked with a move to join Arsenal from Tottenham
- Arsenal legend Ray Parlour has urged the Gunners' chiefs to sign the forward
- Parlour made it clear that Dele Alli would help the Gunners to get goals
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Arsenal legend Ray Parlour has suggested that his former club should go for the signing of Tottenham star Dele Alli before the end of the ongoing summer transfer.
Dele Alli has been linked with a move away from the Gunners, and Ray Parlour who played for the Gunners during their days at Highbury stated that Mikel Arteta and his chiefs should go for him.
There have been reports about Dele Alli and Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho not having good relationship of recent in which the Portuguese has told the player to step up his games.
Parlour wants the Gunners to explore the opportunity of Dele Alli's current situation at Tottenham and sign the Englishman.
"I think he would be more of a fit than Jorginho.
“I've always said they're lacking goals from midfield. I don't think Spurs would sell Dele Alli to Arsenal.
"I think there would be uproar by the Spurs fans if that happens, but he would certainly be a good fit for Arsenal.
"I'm trying to put a figure in my head to say how much he would be worth, I would say £50m.
"I certainly believe that he's got a lot of good years left in him as a player, so £50m has got to be the marker.
"One thing about Arsenal is I think they're lacking goals from central midfield areas, so I think he could tick that box especially,'' Ray Parlour explained according to the report on UK Sun.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Premier League giants Arsenal are reportedly interested in the signing of Brazilian footballer Philippe Coutinho and he could make the move the Emirates stadium this summer.
Arsenal have started their campaign this season on a brighter note winning their first two games and they have been tipped to fight for the League title this term.
Last season, Arsenal failed to finish among the top four in the Premier League, but the Gunners won the FA Cup title which gave them the ticket to play in the Europa League.
Mikel Arteta who is the manager of the North London side is still interested in bolstering his squad before the close of the transfer window.
Philippe Coutinho played for Bayern Munich last season on loan from Barcelona and won the Champions League with the German champions.
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