Will Dele Alli stay at Tottenham this summer?
Having been dropped from the squad after the opening-day defeat to Everton, Alli has started just one further Premier League game, with the majority of his outings coming in the domestic cups and Europa League.
Alli enjoyed a slight revival following his return from injury back in January, which included a memorable overhead kick in Europe, although his late cameo at Everton on Friday is his only taste of first-team action over the last month.
The 25-year-old almost left for PSG in January, but having previously played with Mason during his first campaign as a Tottenham player, Windass believes that Alli could now come back into the frame under the interim Spurs head coach.
“Dele Alli would have ran to the training ground, and would have been high-fiving everyone in the changing room,” he told This is Futbol.
“It’s nothing personal, it’s about, right, he’s gone, I might get in the team now. It’s fact. It’s not being nasty or a bad person, it’s just the way it is.
“But that’s how bad it was, I forgot about Dele Alli. Will Ryan put him in? Will he go down the Pochettino route where he puts that many English players back in the team? Because they were successful.”