Dyche says ‘Alli’ is still far away from the first team

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Everton manager Sean Dyche admits midfielder Dele Alli’s declining form is far from a first-team return. Alli is back

at Goodison Park this summer. After being released to Besiktas on loan, but failed last season

good midfielder Come out and talk openly about life’s problems. Both parents do not pay attention, being sexually abused as a child and addicted to sleeping pills Having retired at the age of 24 earlier,

Dyche said of the ex-Tottenham Hotspur star’s condition: “He hasn’t fully recovered from his injuries. He is in good physical condition. But he hasn’t recovered ′′ ′

Alli also said he became addicted to sleeping tablets in an effort to quell his mental trauma and worries the problem is more widespread in football.

He also considered retiring at the age of 24 and recently spent time in rehab to improve his mental health.

Having endured a torrid time on loan with Besiktas last term, Alli has now returned to Merseyside with Everton and will be hoping to start enjoying his football again this term.

′ We are still far from that. [Thinking about his role in the team] he just has to put himself back in place.

“He’s feeling fine. And now we are working with him. In addition to that Make sure the injury is corrected. But it will still take a little time.”