Pochettino who managed Spurs for five years has been linked to many of his former players of late, such as Eriksen, who was already at Tottenham prior to the Argentine's arrival. Eriksen was instrumental to his play throughout his time at the club, especially in the 2015/16 season where the Denmark international managed to get 21 goal contributions in 35 matches, as Pochettino’s side fell just short in the race for the Premier League title to eventual champions Leicester City
Eriksen to PSG is priced at 5/4, as the former Ajax man moved to Italian giants Inter Milan last January in what has turned out to be a bad career move, as he has fallen out of favour under Antonio Conte having underperformed since his move to the San Siro. Inter Milan director Giuseppe Marotta has also recently confirmed that Eriksen has been transfer-listed by the club.
Dele Alli is another out of favour attacking midfielder who looks as though his time might be up at his current club, as he has come under a lot of criticism from Spurs manager, Jose Mourinho. Alli, who was signed by Pochettino at Tottenham in 2015 from MK Dons was a revelation when he burst onto the Premier League scene, as in his first two seasons he managed an incredible 46 goal contributions in 70 league games by the age of 21 years old. Since the start of the 2018/19 season, the England international has struggled to regain his form for Tottenham, and so far this season, he has played just 74 minutes in 17 league games under Mourinho, signalling that it may be time for the 24-year-old to move on from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Alli is priced at 4/7 to move to PSG to reignite the relationship he had with Pochettino and could be available to leave Spurs either on loan or on a permanent deal, however, it is unlikely that Daniel Levy will allow Alli to depart for a cut-price fee as he has a contract at the club till 2024.