Dele Alli's Tottenham Hotspur Career Could Be Over After Shocking Social Media Activity
Alli has been omitted from the squad entirely ahead of tonight's Europa League tie with Lokomotiv Plovdiv, after being hauled off at half time in Sunday's 1-0 defeat to Everton.
Defeat to Everton has seen many Spurs fans discuss what their plan should be for the new season and what their best team is.
@TheSpursExpress put together a team which leaves the 24-year-old out of midfield completely, with Alli liking the tweet himself.
With the signings of Gareth Bale and Sergio Reguilon close to completion who would make your Spurs starting XI? We'll start...
Lloris, Doherty, Sanchez, Dier, Reguilon, Hojbjerg, Lo Celso, Ndombele, Bale, Son, Kane#COYS #THFC
- The Spurs Express (@TheSpursExpress) September 16, 2020
Fam dele just liked this?!?!?! pic.twitter.com/QEZshcr4YC- #BaleBack (@Nathanspurs82) September 16, 2020
Alli has yet to unlike the tweet at the time of writing and it could signal the end of his Spurs career.
He arrived at the club from MK Dons in 2015 and quickly established himself as a first team regular.
Under Mauricio Pochettinho, he formed a great understanding with Harry Kane and found his way into the England squad.
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But the last few seasons have seen Alli ravaged with injury and his contributions have diminished.
There is a feeling within the club that a move away on loan could reinvigorate his career.
A move to Real Madrid as part of the Gareth Bale deal had been reported but 'Los Blancos' are not interested in Alli.
Many had speculated he had fallen out with Jose Mourinho during Spurs' defeat on Sunday, but the Portuguese coach was quick to squash those rumours.
'Dele is a very polite guy, very calm," Mourinho explained. "He's a bit introspective, when you think a lot about things.
"The way he reacted was Dele. It was quiet, sad, but in the end, after the game, he was just one of many. And I never saw from him in here with myself, with the other players, everybody at the club, I never saw a strong reaction. A good boy. A really good boy."
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Featured Image Credit: PA Images & Dele Alli/Twitter
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