The Los Blanco’s are being linked to Tottenham Hotspur’s rising star Dele Alli, who have been a revelation at White Hart Lane following his move from Championship side MK Dons in 2015.
The talented Prodigy has produced some magnificent performances this season. Particularly in the home match against Chelsea where he scored 2 goals to earn Tottenham a 2-0 home win over their London rivals and put a to halt Antonio Conte’s Chelsea unbeaten runs of 14 games.
This, of course, helped to raise the player’s profile even more and subsequently created many headlines in the press that the Spanish giants were one of several clubs that would be keeping an eye on the young English talent ahead of next season.
Even with the good form and positive euphoria around the Youthful talent there are reasons why Real should back off from signing the midfield talent in the summer.
Here are some of the Reasons why Real Madrid should seek move elsewhere in the summer.
TOTTENHAM’S QUEST FOR GLORY
The Tottenham side they either are in the top six or not, for the past few seasons or so they have ride alond side Everton and Big money spenders Manchester City but with the positive work and inspiration of Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, the London side are riding well in second place on the League table.
Last season they (with one point separating them with Leicester at the top)narrowly missed out on the title alongside Leicester City where they drew 2-2 with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
With Pochettino’s men just ten points (69 to 59points) behind Chelsea and a possible place in the Champions League Football)next term Tottenham have reasons to believe they can challenge the big boys and so will want to keep their best players of which Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen are key to the dream of what the Spurs side will be looking to do and not to sell to any of them to top teams in Europe next season.
ENGLISH UNFAMILIARITY ABROAD
The Los Blanco’s might have fallen in love with the wrong player from the English Football Hemisphere as it might be a gamble for Real to allow the English ward to sign the dotted lines with a move at the Bernabeu.
With the fact that English players do not usually leave the English coast (Premier League) in search of football makes it more unlikely for the Tottenham youngster to make a move to Real Madrid in the summer.
Players like Steven Gerard was linked to Real Madrid under Jose Mourinho’s time at the club but he opted to stay on at Liverpool before moving to the MLS to have a short stint before ending his carrier despite his reputation and Mourinho’s interest at that time.
The English players seem to be designed only to feature in the Premier League as Michael Owen left Liverpool but could not really cut his teeth at Real Madrid. Dele Alli is a top talent no doubt and could be the first English talent to leave abroad and succeed there.
With some wave of uncertainty blowing it would be nice if Real Madrid seek reinforcement elsewhere away from the midfield talent Dele Alli (21).
NEED HIGHER REPUTATION
The Youngster needs time to come to the height of what Real Madrid may be seeking from him at the Bernabeu. With the influx of big names like Toni Kroos, Isco Alcaron and James Rodriguez (Colombia marksman) in particular, it will be nice for the youngster to build more reputation before leaving the club (Tottenham) even if it will be Madrid.
The likes of James had found it hard to get enough playing time leading to report linking him to Chelsea and with Alli having less reputation(though a growing one at a speed) it may just be another trauma for him if he moves now as he will be overshadowed by the big names at Real.
The young lad needs more time to build himself at least for one more season before a move away from Tottenham can be imminent for the young talent in the long run.