Alli favours Madrid move


Dele Alli will turn down Barcelona in order to sign for their La Liga rivals Real Madrid according to an article in The Daily Star

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Dele has been a revelation since signing for Mauricio Pochettino’s side two years ago and the article adds he has scored 22 goals last season and already netting seven times this season despite a perceived slow start.

It adds that his impressive performances have put Europe’s top side on red alert, while yesterday’s news is that he and super agent Jorge Mendes are holding talks about representing the player.

The article adds that Spanish news outlet Don Balon, say the 21-year-old has his heart set on a move to the Bernabeu, despite interest from Barcelona.

According to the article Real have reportedly set aside £200m in order to sign a ‘Galactico’ player next summer, and while they remain interested in PSG pair Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, Alli remains a priority.

The article adds that Harry Kane has also caught the eye of Zinedine Zidane following Tottenham’s comfortable 3-1 Champions League win at Wembley earlier this month, a game in which Alli scored twice in and that two clubs aren’t strangers when it comes to transfer dealings, as Real poached two of their star players from Tottenham – Gareth Bale and Luka Modric.

So our old friends Don Balon are at it again. This time with Dele. I guess that it’s a compliment even if it is tiresome.

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  1. The Daily Star quoting a report in Don Balon – how much more quality journalism do you need? Perhaps a quote from Hans Christian Anderssen? Utter nonsense, from beginning to end.


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