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Dele Alli Stayed At Tottenham Because Daniel Levy’s Valuation Was £80M
By Harry Hotspur -

Dele Alli’s resurrection for some is complete. For me, thumping minor sides is good for the soul and all that, but it hardly tells you anything insightful about yourself, indeed it’s when you don’t hammer someone occasionally that doubts begin to creep in. Dele Alli’s reunion with Pochettino I am told was closer than many of us thought – that was until the vulgarities of money were brought into play.

A source close to the club tells me that Daniel Levy’s valuation of the soon-to-be 25-year-old was an incredible £80million. Even Dele’most devoted fanboys would surely struggle to keep a straight face upon hearing that number. Whatever potential or new-found form Dele might have discovered in his last few games, it is ambitious to believe that anyone would stump up so much for the boy. The inability to push sufficiently in training for Mourinho’s tastes to one side, the real concern is that even if the sport weren’t currently knee-deep in an economic crisis, could Dele ever command such a fee?

Even at his alleged best under Pochettino, Dele was an incomplete player. It didn’t take Gareth Southgate too long to work out that there were better options available to him to wear the England shirt.

PSG offered £30million I am advised. Perhaps by the end of the season, we will have a better idea as to whose valuation was closer to the mark.

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JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
1 month ago

Oh Daniel ! you are a wag. How we laughed 😄

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
1 month ago

Funniest thing I have read in ages. Now every fan can see why we never manage to shift our dead wood.Levy’s transfer tactics have always been the same. Wildly inflate the value of players the club wants to sell, whilst underbidding on the players we wan to buy but seldom manage to do. It is high time that Levy was removed from all footballing activities and concentrates on what he does best, micromanaging other areas of the club like counting the bog rolls from the executive loos to check if any visitor has nicked them.

eddie
eddie
1 month ago

Finally the signs are looking good that we now have a decent version of Bale,as long as he can keep up the progress.The same cannot be said of Dele.Even against a demoralised side like Burnley at the weekend,he didn’t really offer anything that you thought might change his game for the better.
Sadly Levy will have to take yet another hit on a player that he vastly overprices.In reality Alli should go in the summer along with a number of players who have stagnated or never developed as hoped.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
1 month ago

The man is clearly insane and needs to be institutionalized for himself and everyone else’s good.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
1 month ago

Is there an “annex” at Hotspur way?

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 month ago

Coz of the way he is at WORK?

Paddio
Paddio
1 month ago

Oh when Levy saw that depreciation hinted at on the books, I bet the breakfast coffee and croissant went flying across the canteen.

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 month ago

🎼 everywhere we gooo
Everywhere we gooo
It’s the tottenham boys
Making all the noise
Everywhere we gooo.

Tangangry
Tangangry
1 month ago

£30m is a lowball offer, when he’s on form he’s worth twice that – the question is, who would you find to replace him at £30m. The second question being, will we get him back to being a £60m player.