Dele Alli refuses to rule out Real Madrid switch

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Former Tottenham boss Martin Jol has suggested Dele Alli is nearly the flawless number 10 and added that the England worldwide has the potential to become a player pushing to be worth £100 million, the Daily Mirror reports.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Alli added: "We're all looking to learn together, build together and be as successful as we can".

Tottenham ended their final ever game at White Hart Lane with a 2-1 win over Manchester United this afternoon. "Nobody in our team would say a bad word about him".

Watching Chelsea's jubilant players celebrate their title triumph was a painful experience for Tottenham striker Kane, who once again has more than 20 goals to his credit without winning a major trophy.

However, Kane does not expect an exodus at a club he believes are still on the up.

"We're a family on and off the pitch", Tottenham's last goalscorer at White Hart Lane said.

"We've still got two more games to go and we want to finish the season as strong as possible. That's got to be our aim and we've got to use this as motivation to get there".

The next step for both Pochettino and Tottenham will, inevitably, be to win a trophy.

While a number of Mauricio Pochettino's squad have impressed massively over the last couple of years, it is surely the likes of Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Alli himself that are perhaps amongst those on another level.

Zabaleta moved to England in 2008 and has since won two league cups, one FA Cup and two Premier League titles.

"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".

Many of their key players have been attracting admiring glances, yet Kane is unmoved by such talk given Spurs' trajectory makes them as attractive as nearly anyone.

"It's a special bond and I don't think you always get that at clubs, that's why we've got to hold onto that, make that motivate us to hopefully be out there next year at Wembley lifting a Premier League together".