Alli refuses to rule out Spurs exit

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In an interview with the London Evening Standard magazine Dele Alli has refused to rule out a move away from Tottenham, however he insists the club is a great place for him at this stage of his career.

Dele had two excellent campaigns when he first moved from MK Dons, however he endured an inconsistent season last time out – although he did finish up with nine Premier League goals.

The article adds that his focus now is on starring for England in Russia this summer but there is always continued speculation surrounding his future with the likes of Manchester United and Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid believed to be admirers that topped with our well known strict wage structure (which may be relaxed soon) means Mauricio Pochettino faces a long-term battle to keep hold of his young talented squad.

The article goes on to say that Alli admits he cannot predict what the future holds, should one of those European giants come calling.

“I’d never say never to anything. You never know what is going to happen in football,”:he told ES Magazine.”I have still got a few years left on my contract. We have got a young team, a young manager, a new stadium, so it is a great place to be at the minute.

He added: “All the players can see the way the club is heading.But you can’t look into the future too much as it takes the pleasure out of now.”

It adds how Alli hopes to impress in his first World Cup this summer, with England’s opener with Tunisia now just over a week away.

“I am over the moon to be selected for the World Cup, it is what you dream of as a kid,” he added.”We have got a great manager and an ambitious young squad. I am confident we can have a successful tournament.”

So what do you reckon to Alli’s revelation, is he just being honest or does he see his long term future away from Spurs.

Evening Standard magazine Dele Alli has refused to rule out a move away from Tottenham, however he insists the club is a great place for him at this stage of his career.

Dele had two excellent campaigns when he first moved from MK Dons, however he endured an inconsistent season last time out – although he did finish up with nine Premier League goals.

The article adds that his focus now is on starring for England in Russia this summer but there is always continued speculation surrounding his future with the likes of Manchester United and Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid believed to be admirers that topped with our well known strict wage structure (which may be relaxed soon) means Mauricio Pochettino faces a long-term battle to keep hold of his young talented squad.

The article goes on to say that Alli admits he cannot predict what the future holds, should one of those European giants come calling.

“I’d never say never to anything. You never know what is going to happen in football,”:he told ES Magazine.”I have still got a few years left on my contract. We have got a young team, a young manager, a new stadium, so it is a great place to be at the minute.

He added: “All the players can see the way the club is heading.But you can’t look into the future too much as it takes the pleasure out of now.”

It adds how Alli hopes to impress in his first World Cup this summer, with England’s opener with Tunisia now just over a week away.

“I am over the moon to be selected for the World Cup, it is what you dream of as a kid,” he added.”We have got a great manager and an ambitious young squad. I am confident we can have a successful tournament.”

So what do you reckon to Alli’s revelation, is he just being honest or does he see his long term future away from Spurs.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Who really cares?

    Alli is hyped to be some sort of superstar, whereas in reality he is just a decent player.

    Spurs have much better attack minded players already, so if another club came in for him and were willing to pay stupid money, then it would be great news.

  2. I think there is definitely an agenda against Spurs and their players by the media.
    Every year almost daily it’s someone is going somewhere because there not happy. No other club in the premier gets such unfounded negative reports like Tottenham.
    Stop the boring lies and give Levy and the club some credit on what and how they’re revived a club that was on the verge of bankruptcy when Lord Sugar took over and Enic have built on that.
    They now have a state of the art training camp a billion pound stadium, a profit of 360 million last year and have again qualified for the CL on a shoestring compared to their competitors in the top six. All this from a 36,000 capacity WHL and a very shrewd chairman.

  3. Hypothetical bullshit. Incidentally, no one has a crystal ball and that includes mystic Meg. Of course Alli doesn’t know what the future holds, no one does. Why the idiots at the Daily Mail or anyone else for that matter continue with trying to make mileage out of such an innocent statement is quite frankly very poor journalism if you can call it that.
    The idiots in the 2nd ties press tried to make similar mileage with Kane, Pochettino and now Alli. Of course we all know that it wont stop there, silly season is upon us and should England get further in the World cup, every single Spurs player participating in the tournament, will be subject to transfer speculation, the manager too for that matter.

  4. Hazard leaving Chelski!
    Sanchez unhappy at Manure
    Saleh to RM
    Klopp to RM
    Martial to Spurs
    And on and on and …..
    Get a life you lot it’s not just us?

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