Real Madrid star tells club to sign Dele Alli

Real Madrid star tells club to sign Dele Alli

Real Madrid star tells club to sign Dele Alli

Alli has emerged as one of Europe's most exciting prospects this season, and Lawrenson has expressed his belief that Liverpool made a big mistake in withdrawing their interest.

"In terms of his ability he could play wherever he wants - he's achieved so much in such a short period of time that he must have great confidence in his ability to affect games at a high level", Bale said.

Bale has proved a huge success since his huge move to the Bernabeu in 2013 and the Welshman wants more British players to make the move to a foreign country.

Meanwhile Mauricio Pochettino insists his Tottenham Hotspur side are building a winning mentality and will be ready to pounce if Chelsea stumble in the race for the Premier League title race.

That sensational '15-'16 campaign saw his overall monetary value skyrocket, and his rapid ascension is even all the more wonderful when you consider that he was playing for MK Dons in League One just two years ago and didn't receive his first global cap until this past October of 2015.

"I've loved being a part of a different culture and learning new things".

Kane has been leading the charge with 19 goals in 23 Premier League appearances, but Dele Alli has scored 16 goals, while Heung-Min Son has chipped in with 11.

Palace also feature on TV again as relegation battle hots up with their match at home to Hull moved to the lunchtime slot on May 14. The Cherries are 15th in the Premier League with 35 points, having gone three games without a win.

Former MK Dons starlet Alli remains linked with a move away from White Hart Lane, with Sky Sports claiming Real have been monitoring the England global since last season.

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