Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli
Tuesday May 03, 2016. 17:00
Tottenham Hotspur won't sell star midfielder Dele Alli, not even for £100 million, according to Telegraph Sport.
A source has reportedly told www.telegraph.co.uk that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy 'would not sell Dele Alli for £100 million' - as they aim to build on a successful season in the English Premier League.
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Spurs narrowly missed out on English Premier League success with Leicester City crowned champions following the North London clubs 2-2 draw against Chelsea, on Monday.
The Lily Whites, though, will take slight consolation from the fact that the majority of their star players are yet to hit their peak and if Mauricio Pochettino is able to keep hold of the core that came so close this term - Spurs will mount a serious charge on the Premier League title once again next season.
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Alli, who was named the PFA Young Player of the Year last month, scored 10 goals - assisting a further nine - in 33 league appearances.
The England international of Nigerian descent won't play again this season. The 20-year-old was banned by the Football Association for three matches for an off-the-ball incident against West Brom.
Furthermore, Pochettino is ready to rekindle his interest in Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama with the club eager to bolster their ranks as they look ahead to welcoming back UEFA Champions League football to White Hart Lane next season.