Dele Alli did not waste much time in celebrating the end to the season as the Spurs midfielder jetted off on holiday soon after Tottenham’s 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace on Sunday.
Alli came on as a second-half substitute at Selhurst Park after recovering from the injury that had sidelined him for several games since the restart.
The point Spurs got against Palace helped them sneak into next season’s Europa League, but it will be a rather short break for the players this year thanks to COVID-19.
The Daily Mail reports that Alli flew to Ibiza on Tuesday and partied in the O Beach Club on the Spanish island.
The Spurs star was also joined by his England teammate, James Maddison, who missed Leicester’s final four matches of the season through a hip injury.
The Foxes’ 2-0 defeat to Manchester United on the final day of the season meant that Brendan Rodgers’ side will join Spurs in the Europa League next season.
This was a disappointing result for a side that occupied the Champions League spots for the majority of the campaign, however, Alli and Madison were all smiles as the pair posed for a picture together at the beach club.
Maddison was previously linked with Tottenham in 2019, with the Daily Star suggesting in October that the midfielder was very much on the North London club’s radar (05/10/19 pg51 – as relayed by the Daily Mirror).
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It is not surprising that the players are in a rush to get to holiday given the relatively short break until next season. With players set to begin preseason next month, hopefully, they have enough time to wind down and come back to the club with refreshed after what has been a physically and emotionally taxing campaign.
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