Published: Thu, May 18, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Spurs' Alli on Real Madrid move: 'Anything can happen'

Spurs' Alli on Real Madrid move: 'Anything can happen'

The 21-year-old England global signed a new six-year contract until 2022 in September but his future remains a talking point and he has been linked with big money moves to Real Madrid, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.

The England worldwide, who has scored 21 goals this season, has emerged as the target for the top clubs in Europe.

"I think the way we play a different style to West Ham", the striker said.

"It's important you enjoy the journey, whether I end up at Tottenham for the next 15 years and retire here", he told Sky Sports.

"It's a fantastic club to be a part of". We've got to get the fans behind us, we've got to keep the fans believing and, look, we have got to just believe in ourselves.

"But for me, it's important that I enjoy the journey I'm on, whether I stay at Tottenham for the rest of my career or if one day I have to leave and it's the right thing for me to do".

Harry Kane has backed Tottenham Hotspur to shake off their reputation as title chokers and finally win the Premier League next season.

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No newly authorised aid had been delivered yet, Hassan said, but he added that "I believe this support will arrive soon". These are terrorist organizations. "They can solve their problems in their own country", he said in reference to Turkey.

Mauricio Pochettino's side now have the best home record of any side in the Premier League, with a return of 2.8 points per game there after 17 wins and two draws in an unbeaten season.

The 21-year-old said: "I'm always going to be thinking about what's going to get the best out of me".

"We've just got to go and make it happen".

Alli revealed that one of Pochettino's key qualities is that he isn't afraid to drop any of his players if he feels they are underperforming. He was accused of diving after winning a penalty in the December win over Swansea, and he was sent off for a wild tackle on Gent's Brecht Dejaegere during a Europa League last-32 tie in February.

"There is so much history around the club and so much history at that stadium, for me there's been so many great games". It was one of the worst atmospheres I've been in after the game [West Ham] in the changing room, everyone was so disappointed.

"I think we had 30-odd thousand throughout the whole season, we're going to have 80-odd thousand next year so we've got to make that a fortress as well".

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