Dele Alli won't rule out exit amid Man City transfer rumours

Dele Alli won't rule out exit amid Man City transfer rumours

Dele Alli won't rule out exit amid Man City transfer rumours

"If I stay here for 15 years or however many years and retire here it's important for me that I don't get too carried away by what's going to happen in the future".

But more crucially, it already seems Pochettino is thinking about next season and the 2018/19 campaign when Spurs will return back to N17 to play in a new 61,559-seater venue.

Spurs bid a dream farewell to White Hart Lane after 118 years last Sunday, with the 2-1 win against Manchester United seeing them end the season unbeaten on home soil and rubber stamp second spot in the Premier League.

Tottenham forward Dele Alli says "anything can happen" in the future as he continues to be linked with a transfer to Europe's biggest teams.

"We all want to achieve stuff", Alli said in a Sky Sports interview.

"The way football is, anything can happen at any time". "Who knows what will happen in the future?" His door is always open, not just for football either.

After their fairytale title last season, this has been a turbulent campaign for Leicester, with poor league form leading to Claudio Ranieri's sacking before a memorable run to the Champions League quarter-finals under Craig Shakespeare.

After finishing inside the top three twice over the last two seasons, Spurs have established themselves as one of the top sides in the division. 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.

King has got a lot of developing to do but that would not be a problem because I think Mauricio Pochettino likes players that he can work on.

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

If I am Kyle Walker and I am on £40,000 or £50,000 a week and Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne is sitting across from me in the England changing room on, say, £100,000 a week then I am asking myself is that how my club values me?

"We did really well to get [the gap] down, at one point I think Chelsea were 14 points away from us, and we took it down to four points".

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