Bale ranks Tottenham's Alli among the world's greatest

Dele Alli is destined for the pinnacle of world football according to Souness

In an interview with Metro, Bale said that Dele Alli can now pick and choose what club he wants to play for; anywhere in the world.

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli was the breakout star of the 2015-16 season; not just at White Hart Lane but in the English Premier League in general.

Alli has been earning plenty of plaudits for his form this campaign and Kane reserved special praise for his England compatriot, who turned 21 on Tuesday.

The Wales global broke the world transfer record when he left Tottenham for Real Madrid in 2013 and his success in Spain has convinced him that more British players should make the move to continental Europe.

His style of play is quite unique and his ability to find and create space gives him great grounding to go on to be a Premier League great.

Tottenham's Dele Alli is good enough to play for any club in the world according to Gareth Bale, who has told Metro that more British players should move overseas.

"I've loved being a part of a different culture and learning new things", Bale added.

On moving overseas, he added: "You've just got to be open-minded and be prepared to learn a language and experience the unfamiliar".

Palace also feature on TV again as relegation battle hots up with their match at home to Hull moved to the lunchtime slot on May 14.

Second-placed Tottenham, who trail Chelsea by seven points with seven games left, kept the pressure on the leaders by picked up their sixth consecutive league win in Saturday's 4-0 mauling of Watford. "At the end of the day, footballers are people and like a lot of people they want to stay close to their family and friends".

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