Alli On His Future: Anything Can Happen

Rachel Hardy
May 18, 2017

"I think it's important for me not to get too carried away by what will happen in the future".

The Belgian has been a crucial player in Tottenham's defence as well as showing off his ball playing abilities with driving runs forward.

Four years ago, the club sold Gareth Bale to Real Madrid, which many Spurs fans will certainly hope never happened.

"We all want to achieve stuff so it's a good place to be, and I think with the manager we've got here as well I can't see many better places for me to improve".

City's grip on English football tightened further as they won the Premier League a further four times in a row as well as another FA Cup in 2028.

Eriksen, who joined Spurs from Ajax for £11.5million in 2013, beat the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Toby Alderweireld to the the award, despite all three enjoying impressive seasons for the Premier League club. "Nobody in our team would say a bad word about him".

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The Denmark worldwide has been an integral part of Mauricio Pochettino's team this term, netting 12 goals and amassing a remarkable 21 assists is 47 appearances.

England striker Kane scored Spurs' last goal at White Hart Lane in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Manchester United, before the stadium's demolition got under way.

The England worldwide has had another sensational season in the Premier League, scoring 17 goals and weighing in with five assists for Spurs as they put in another spirited title challenge.

"It's a unusual one", Alli said of the season. Given his ties with Manchester United, his was a controversial appointment but what it made it even more fascinating was that he joined City after stints in charge of both the Portuguese and Spanish national teams.

"But it's important we don't forget about how much we have done".

Spurs struggled when they played at Wembley in Europe this season, only winning one out of four matches, and hopefully there are ideas in place to improve things there off the pitch because it is going to be hard for the supporters too.

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