English footballer (born 1996)

Dele Alli

Alli with Tottenham Hotspur in 2020

Personal information
Full name Bamidele Jermaine Alli[one]
Date of birth
(1996-04-11)
11 April 1996
(age 25)

[2]
Identify of birth Milton Keynes, England
Height half-dozen ft 2 in (i.88 m)[3]
Position(due south) Midfielder
Club information

Electric current team

Everton
Youth career
Metropolis Colts
2007–2011 Milton Keynes Dons
Senior career*
Years Team
Apps
(Gls)
2011–2015 Milton Keynes Dons 62 (eighteen)
2015–2022 Tottenham Hotspur 181 (51)
2015 → Milton Keynes Dons (loan) 12 (4)
2022– Everton 0 (0)
National team
2012–2013 England U17 ix (0)
2014 England U18 2 (0)
2014 England U19 iv (0)
2015 England U21 two (0)
2015– England 37 (3)

Honours

Men’s football
Representing



England

UEFA Nations League
Third place 2019

* Senior order appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of eighteen:53, 28 Dec 2021 (UTC)
‡ National squad caps and goals correct equally of 17:47, 9 June 2019 (UTC)

Bamidele Jermaine
Dele
Alli
(

DEL-ee
AL-ee
;[4]
born xi Apr 1996) is an English language professional person footballer who plays equally a midfielder for Premier League club Everton and has played internationally for England.

Born and raised in Milton Keynes, he joined the youth arrangement at Milton Keynes Dons anile 11 and bankrupt into the first team 5 years later, during the 2012–13 flavour. Over the next two-and-a-one-half years he made 88 official appearances for the team, scoring 24 goals. He signed for Tottenham Hotspur in February 2015 for an initial fee of £5 meg, being loaned dorsum to the Dons for the residuum of the flavour. In each of his offset two campaigns at White Hart Lane, Alli was voted the PFA Young Player of the Year and made the PFA Team of the Twelvemonth.

Alli played for the England U17, U18 and U19 teams, before making his senior debut in 2015. He was selected for UEFA Euro 2016 and the 2018 FIFA World Cup, helping England to the semi-finals of the latter.

Club career

Milton Keynes Dons

Early career

Alli joined the youth system at Milton Keynes Dons when he was 11 years one-time after playing for Urban center Colts.[5]
He made his debut for the get-go team as a xvi-year-quondam on 2 November 2012, coming on as a 64th-minute substitute for Jay O’Shea in a 0–0 draw with Southern Football League club Cambridge City in the FA Cup first round at Milton Route.[6]
His offset touch on in professional football was a back-heeled pass.[five]
His starting time goal came in the replay against Cambridge xi days later, where he scored in a six–1 win at Stadium MK on his start start.[7]
He made his league debut in a 2–3 defeat to Coventry City at home on 29 Dec, where he played 71 minutes before being replaced past Zeli Ismail.[eight]
His just other league appearance in the 2012–13 Football game League One season, came as a 2d-one-half substitute for Patrick Bamford in the last match of the flavour, a 2–0 win over Stevenage at Broadhall Way.[9]


2013–14 season

The 2013–14 flavor saw Alli intermission into the MK Dons first team on a regular basis. He started the Dons’ beginning league match of the flavor, a 0–0 depict abroad at Shrewsbury Town.[10]
In his showtime Football League Trophy advent, Alli scored to help MK Dons beat Northampton Town ii–0 and thus progress to the second round of the tournament.[11]
On 28 September, Alli scored his commencement professional person league goal in the 4–1 thrashing of Stevenage.[12]
After beingness in and out of the beginning team picture in late 2013 due to injury setbacks, Alli would get on and plant himself as a outset-choice player in 2014. He scored the opening goal in the 3–2 win over Shrewsbury Town at Stadium mk on 11 January, with a header from Stephen Gleeson’s pinpoint pass.[thirteen]
On 11 March, confronting Notts County at Meadow Lane, aged 17 years and xi months onetime, Alli scored a hat-trick to guide the Dons to a iii–1 victory.[14]
His next and final goal of the 2013–fourteen flavour, came on 5 April against Coventry City at the Sixfields Stadium; Alli struck a volley from 25 yards out as MK Dons defeated Coventry 2–one.[fifteen]
He made 37 appearances in all competitions during the 2013–14 flavour, scoring vii times, with 33 appearances and vi goals in the league.


2014–xv season

With the departure of Gleeson to Birmingham City in June 2014,[16]
Alli became the kickoff-choice central midfield partner to Darren Potter. He started the season brightly, playing the first league match of the flavour equally the Dons overcame a 2–0 deficit to defeat Gillingham, 4–2.[17]
He and so helped the squad to a 3–1 win over curvation-enemies, AFC Wimbledon, in the League Loving cup first circular.[18]
His showtime goal of the 2014–15 season came in the first away league lucifer, a 3–2 defeat to Peterborough United, where he scored a tap-in from Will Grigg’south deflected shot.[19]

On 26 August, Alli played the full ninety minutes in the League Cup second round equally MK Dons recorded a historic iv–0 win over Manchester United.[twenty]
It was reported that numerous scouts from top clubs beyond Europe attended the friction match to sentinel him play, including representatives from Bayern Munich and Liverpool.[five]
[21]
In the match after the four–0 League Cup win over Manchester United, Alli continued his rich vein of form with a goal curled in from the edge of the box in a ii–0 win over Crawley Boondocks.[22]
Later the international interruption, Alli played 77 minutes in the 5–iii win confronting Barnsley, assisting the Dons 2nd goal and scoring their 3rd goal himself with a scrap over the Barnsley goalkeeper.[23]
He was called equally the Football League Young Player of the Month for August.[5]

On 18 September, Alli extended his contract with MK Dons until June 2017.[24]
2 days later, in a friction match against Crewe Alexandra, he scored a lid-trick and achieved one assist in what turned out to be a 6–1 victory for the Dons. It was the second hat-fob of his career and the first he achieved at dwelling, which as well led to him winning the Human being of the Friction match award.[25]

Tottenham Hotspur

On 2 February 2015, Alli signed for Premier League gild Tottenham Hotspur in the last hours of the mid-season transfer window on a five-and-a-half-yr bargain for an initial fee of £5 million.[26]


Milton Keynes Dons (loan)

Post-obit his transfer to Tottenham Hotspur, Alli was immediately loaned dorsum to MK Dons for the residuum of the 2014–15 flavour.[26]
On 19 April, he was chosen as the Young Actor of the Year at the Football League Awards.[27]
The flavor ended on 3 May with Milton Keynes Dons promoted automatically to the Championship equally runners-up behind Bristol Urban center, after a v–1 habitation win over relegated Yeovil Town.[28]


2015–sixteen season

On 8 August 2015, Alli fabricated his Tottenham debut against Manchester United in the Premier League as a substitute in a 1–0 defeat away at Former Trafford, playing the last 13 minutes in place of Eric Dier.[29]
Two weeks later, he scored his start goal for the gild subsequently coming on for Christian Eriksen in the 1–1 depict against Leicester City.[30]

On xiii September, Alli made his outset start for Tottenham in a 1–0 win confronting Sunderland at the Stadium of Calorie-free.[31]
On 2 November, he started and scored the second goal in an eventual 3–i win over Aston Villa.[32]
Six days later on he started his get-go North London Derby alongside fellow England youngster Dier in central midfield, and was awarded Homo of the Match in the ane–ane draw between rivals Arsenal and Tottenham.[33]
On v Dec 2015, he scored his third goal for Tottenham in the 2015–xvi campaign in a 1–one draw against West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns.[34]

Post-obit an impressive start to his Premier League career scoring 5 goals and making three assists in his first 18 league matches, he was rewarded with a new long-term contract until 2021 on 12 January.[35]
Eleven days later he scored a 25-yard volley in a 3–one win at Crystal Palace; BBC Sport pundit and former Spurs player Garth Crooks wrote “Well, I’ve seen some glorious goals scored in my time watching football matches merely I dubiousness whether I will see a goal scored with such individual flair, and by a 19-yr-quondam, as Dele Alli’south goal at Selhurst Park – information technology was sheer form”.[36]
On 13 April, he was named on the six-man shortlist for 2015–16’s PFA Young Actor of the Yr.[37]

On xviii April 2016, Alli scored his kickoff brace for Tottenham in a 0–4 away win at Stoke City,[38]
reaching ten goals in his debut Premier League season.[39]
He was voted the season’s PFA Immature Player of the Year on 24 Apr.[40]
On 28 Apr, Alli was banned by the Football game Clan for three matches, effectively ending his Premier League season, for an off-the-ball incident confronting West Bromwich Albion in which he punched midfielder Claudio Yacob in the stomach. He later apologised for the incident on Twitter, stating, “Gutted that my season is over. Shouldn’t accept reacted like I did. Will learn from this and come back stronger.”[41]


2016–17 season

Alli playing for Tottenham Hotspur in 2017

Alee of the flavor, Alli changed his kit proper name to Dele, maxim that he had “no connection” to his legal surname due to his separation from his mother.[42]
His first goal of the flavor came in a 4–0 win against Stoke City on 10 September 2016.[43]
4 days later, he fabricated his UEFA Champions League debut in a 1–2 loss to As Monaco at Wembley Stadium.[44]
His first Champions League goal came against CSKA Moscow at the same stadium on seven December 2016.[45]
Between eighteen December 2016 and 21 Jan 2017, Alli scored viii goals in six league matches, earning the award of Premier League Player of the Calendar month award for January 2017. This included three consecutive braces against Southampton, Watford and Chelsea.[46]

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On 23 February, Alli received his first red bill of fare for a dangerous tackle on Brecht Dejaegere in Tottenham’s UEFA Europa League draw with Chiliad.A.A. Gent which saw Spurs eliminated at the Round of 32 phase of the contest.[47]
On 20 April 2017, Alli was again named in the PFA Team of the Yr,[48]
having been included in the League One selection for 2015[49]
and the Premier League selection in 2016.[l]
On 23 April, he was named the PFA Young Player of the Year,[51]
the day after scoring in Tottenham’southward 4–2 FA Cup semi-final loss to rivals Chelsea at Wembley Stadium.[52]


2017–18 season

Alli scored his first goal of the flavour in the opening game of the 2017–18 flavor away at Newcastle that finished in a 2–0 win.[53]
Notwithstanding, he was criticised for his inconsistency this season, failing to perform also as the previous flavour.[54]
[55]
On 1 April 2018, Alli scored twice in the away fixture against Chelsea, helping Tottenham win three–1, which was their first win in 28 years at Stamford Bridge.[56]


2018–nineteen flavor

On 11 August 2018, Alli scored his kickoff goal of the season, scoring the winning goal in the opening league friction match confronting Newcastle United.[57]

On 26 September, Alli was named every bit helm for Tottenham’s EFL Loving cup 3rd round necktie with Watford. The necktie, played at Stadium MK due to delays in the completion of Tottenham’s new stadium, marked Alli’s render to the home ground of his boyhood club Milton Keynes Dons, and the render to his abode town of Milton Keynes for the showtime time as a Tottenham player. The tie finished 2–ii, with Alli scoring both a penalty in normal fourth dimension and the winning penalty in a deciding penalty shoot-out.[58]

In October 2018, Alli signed a new vi-yr bargain at Tottenham, which would keep him at the social club until 2024.[59]
He as well scored in the iii–1 home win against Chelsea, which was his 6th goal in five games against Chelsea, and the first defeat for Chelsea in the Premier League this season.[60]
In Jan 2019 he was rule out until March with a hamstring injury.[61]


2019–xx season

Alli missed the offset of the flavor due to a hamstring injury.[62]
He returned to the squad in the North London Derby on 1 September 2019, coming on as a substitute.[63]
He scored his outset goal of the season in the friction match against Watford, drawing 1–1.[64]
In November 2019, Mauricio Pochettino was dismissed by the society to be replaced by José Mourinho. Mourinho played Alli equally an attacking role player only behind Harry Kane, reverting to his before position afterward playing in a deeper midfield role the previous 2 years. Co-ordinate to Mourinho, “Dele is not a midfield thespian”.[65]
[66]
The attacking role gave Alli greater freedom to score, and he scored three goals in his get-go iii games under Mourinho, two of which came in the game against Bournemouth.[67]

In February 2020, Alli posted a video on his Snapchat account in which he appeared to mock an Asian man while joking about the COVID-19 outbreak.[68]
The video showed Alli wearing a face mask at Heathrow Airport while waiting for his flying to Dubai, before the photographic camera moved to show a human being of Asian appearance before zooming in on a bottle of antiseptic handwash, seemingly suggesting the Asian human being in the terminal could exist infected with the virus. The video was captioned: “The virus gunna [sic] have to be faster than that to catch me”.[69]
In June 2020, Alli was found guilty of an “aggravated breach” of the FA rule that includes a reference to race, colour, ethnic origin and/or nationality, and was judged to take used an “unacceptable racist stereotype” by the regulatory committee.[70]
Alli was suspended in June 2020 for i match by the Football game Association, making him ineligible for Tottenham Hotspur’due south Premier League game at dwelling house against Manchester United on xix June. He was as well fined £50,000 and ordered to undertake an pedagogy form.[68]


2020–21 season

In the offset half of 2020–21 season, Alli was reportedly out of favour with Mourinho, making few starts in games.[71]
[72]
[73]
Well-nigh of his starts in games were in the UEFA Europa League, and he scored his first goal of the season in the Europa League play-off friction match against Maccabi Haifa on 1 October 2020 to cap a 7–2 win for Tottenham.[74]
In the Europa last-32 match against Wolfsberg on 24 February 2021, he scored a notable goal with a wheel kick, starting a 4–0 rout with two farther assists.[75]
[76]
He made his first start in six months in the Premier League on four March, in the match against Fulham that ended in a 1–0 win when his shot at goal was deflected off a defender for an ain-goal.[77]


2021–22 season

On 22 August 2021, Alli scored his first goal of the season, scoring the only goal in a 1–0 win confronting Wolverhampton Wanderers. This was Alli’s first Premier League goal since March 2020.[78]

Everton

Alli transferred to fellow Premier League side Everton on 31 Jan 2022 in a deal worth up to ₤40 million.[79]
He signed a two and a half year contract until the stop of the 2023–24 flavor. Upon signing for the lodge, Alli cited the opportunity to work nether new director Frank Lampard equally one of his many reasons for joining Everton.[80]

International career

Alli has made several appearances at U17 and U18 levels for England.[81]
On 27 August 2014, Alli was called up to the England U19 squad following an impressive start to the entrada.[82]
He fabricated his debut for England U19 in the 1–one describe confronting Germany U19. In the match, Alli assisted the opening goal feeding a through ball to Bradley Fewster who gave England a ane–0 atomic number 82.[83]

Alli warming up for England in 2018

In Feb 2015, it was reported that John Fashanu would try to convince Alli to play for Nigeria.[84]
However, on 1 Oct of that year, he was included in Roy Hodgson’south England squad for the final UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying matches against Estonia and Republic of lithuania.[85]
He made his debut confronting the former on 9 October, coming on as a belatedly substitute for Ross Barkley in a two–0 win.[86]

On 17 Nov 2015, Alli made his start showtime for the England senior team, scoring the opening goal from a long range shot to beat Spurs teammate, goalkeeper Hugo Lloris in a 2–0 win against France at Wembley Stadium.[87]
He was again named in the starting line-up for England’s friendly friction match against world champions Germany on 26 March 2016. Alli was named man of the match by the BBC Sport every bit England recovered from 0–ii down to win 3–2 at the Berlin Olympiastadion.[88]

Alli was selected for the 23-homo England squad for the 2018 FIFA Earth Cup.[89]
On seven July, Alli scored the second goal of the game in a 2–0 win over Sweden in the quarter-finals of the contest, equally England reached the semi-finals for the start time in 28 years.[90]
Alli played for England in the semi-final lucifer against Republic of croatia, winning a costless-kick through which England took the lead, though they eventually lost 2–1 post-obit extra-time.[91]

In October 2019, he was left out of the England squad for forthcoming Euro 2020 qualifying matches.[92]

Role player profile

Style of play

Early on in his career, Alli was widely considered[
by whom?
]

one of the best young midfielders of his generation,[93]
[94]
[95]
and won PFA Young Actor of the Year 2 years running.[96]
He was praised for his all-circular skillset and his goalscoring prowess, specially when playing equally a 2d striker.[97]
Dele’south then-manager, Mauricio Pochettino, said in 2017: “In the box, he looks like a striker, and outside the box, he plays like a midfielder.” Rafael van der Vaart said of Alli that he is “fast, fluid and has a great skill set”,[98]
while Frank Lampard praised Alli’s intelligence in his ability “to get into the box without existence marked”.[99]
Notwithstanding, Dele’southward form faded from 2018 onwards, resulting in him losing his place in the England team in 2019.[100]

Alli watches the best players to attempt to learn from their manner of play, including Lionel Messi, Xabi Alonso, Andrés Iniesta and Xavi as well every bit his idol Steven Gerrard.[101]
His teammate Harry Winks described Alli as existence like Fernandinho, but Alli has described his own playing fashion as “a cross betwixt Gerrard and Yaya Touré.”[102]

Alli has been widely accused of diving and has received bookings for simulation.[103]
[104]
[105]
[106]
[107]

Reception

In 2018, Alli was considered the world’s most expensive midfielder from a transfer value perspective by the CIES.[108]

Personal life

Alli was born in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire,[109]
to a Yoruba Nigerian father Kehinde[110]
and English mother Denise. Kehinde moved to the United States a week after Alli’south nascency.[111]
Alli was initially brought up by his mother, who suffered from alcohol bug.[111]
At the historic period of nine, he moved to Nigeria with his father, where he spent ii years in an international school before returning to Milton Keynes to live with his mother.[112]
Alli went to Stantonbury Campus[101]
and The Radcliffe School in Wolverton.[113]

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At the age of 13, he moved into the family home of Alan and Sally Hickford, parents of another young footballer with MK Dons and whom he refers to every bit his “adoptive parents” although he was never legally adopted by them.[111]
[114]
In the summer of 2016, Alli elected to stop wearing his surname on his match shirts considering he felt no connectedness with the Alli family proper name, instead opting for “Dele”.[42]

Alli was a Liverpool fan growing up with Steven Gerrard his childhood idol,[five]
and saw Gerrard and Frank Lampard as skillful role models on how they act as professionals.[101]
He is likewise a fan of British hip hop music, which led rapper Cadet to release a single referencing the footballer, “Advice”.[115]

On xiii May 2020, Alli was held at knifepoint during a burglary by ii men who bankrupt into his house in northward London. He was punched and suffered small facial injuries. The burglars stole jewellery including watches.[116]

Career statistics

Club

As of match played nine January 2022
Appearances and goals by club, flavor and competition
Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Full
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Milton Keynes Dons 2011–12[117] League Ane 0
2012–xiii[118] League One ii 5 one 7 1
2013–14[119] League 1 33 6 1 two 1[a] 1 37 7
2014–15[120] League One 39 sixteen 1 4 44 sixteen
Total 74 22 7 1 6 one 1 88 24
Tottenham Hotspur 2015–sixteen[121] Premier League 33 10 3 ane 9[b] 46 ten
2016–17[122] Premier League 37 eighteen 5 3 8[c] one 50 22
2017–18[123] Premier League 36 ix 7 1 two 2 5[d] ii fifty 14
2018–19[124] Premier League 25 5 i iv two 8[d] 38 7
2019–20[125] Premier League 25 8 5 1 seven[d] 1 38 9
2020–21[126] Premier League 15 2 2 ten[b] 3 29 3
2021–22[127] Premier League ten 1 1 2 5[eastward] i xviii 2
Total 181 51 24 4 12 4 52 8 269 67
Everton 2021–22[127] Premier League 0
Career full 255 73 31 five xviii 4 52 8 1 1 357 91

  1. ^

    Appearance in Football League Trophy
  2. ^


    a




    b



    Appearances in UEFA Europa League

  3. ^

    Six appearances and one goal in UEFA Champions League, two appearances in UEFA Europa League
  4. ^


    a




    b




    c



    Appearances in UEFA Champions League

  5. ^

    Appearances in UEFA Europa Conference League

International

As of match played 9 June 2019
[128]
Appearances and goals by national squad and yr
National team Twelvemonth Apps Goals
England 2015 4 ane
2016 11 one
2017 7 0
2018 xi 1
2019 4 0
Total 37 three
As of match played nine June 2019. England score listed first, score column indicates score later on each Alli goal.
[128]

Honours

Milton Keynes Dons

  • Football League One runner-upwards: 2014–15[132]

Tottenham Hotspur

  • EFL Cup runner-up: 2020–21[133]
  • UEFA Champions League runner-up: 2018–19[134]

England

  • UEFA Nations League tertiary place: 2018–19[135]

Individual

  • Milton Keynes Dons Young Histrion of the Twelvemonth: 2013–14[136]
  • Football League Young Thespian of the Month: August 2014[5]
    [137]
  • Football League I Player of the Calendar month: January 2015[138]
  • Football League Young Histrion of the Yr: 2014–15[27]
  • Milton Keynes Dons Histrion’s Thespian of the Year: 2014–15[139]
  • BBC Goal of the Season: 2015–16[140]
  • PFA Young Player of the Twelvemonth: 2015–16,[40]
    2016–17[51]
  • Premier League Player of the Month: January 2017[141]
  • PFA Team of the Year: 2014–fifteen League One,[49]
    2015–16 Premier League,[50]
    2016–17 Premier League[48]

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