Dele Alli’s fall from glory has been rather stunning, and as more information about his lifestyle comes to light, it becomes clearer why the former Tottenham player is struggling on the field.
A picture of the midfielder with numerous buddies in bed has surfaced, further exposing his wild social life and potential impact on his on-field performance.
The image was captured on the same day when Alli was photographed holding a balloon in his mouth and being encircled by laughing gas canisters.
Shocking photos obtained by The Sun show Alli in bed with a bunch of friends as well as former Chelsea star Izzy Jay Brown.
The Publication further claimed that Alli and his buddies went on a partying spree, clubbing twice in 10 days in Turkey, where he is currently on loan at Besiktas.
The photo in question appears to have been taken inside a flat in Salford, where the struggling loanee and his friends are said to have spent a massive £6,000 on alcohol.
After a night of clubbing, including a trip to Chinawhite in Manchester, Alli reportedly returned to the flat with four women and three men.
All eight of them squeezed into a bed and attempted to take a selfie, with the Everton flop seemingly hiding his face under a cap.
Amid the suggestive image doing rounds on social media, Express Sport reports that Dele Alli’s team is angered by the reports and have hit back at suggestions the superstar partied excessively during his stint at Besiktas.
Alli’s dramatic fall from grace
Alli was once regarded as one of the top midfielders in the world, thus his decline from prominence in football is rather depressing.
He was the hero of the Champions League final as recently as 2019, but Jose Mourinho’s disappointing tenure at Tottenham led to his sale to Everton.
Before being sent to Besiktas for a loan period, he only made 13 appearances for the Toffees. Prior to the expiration of his loan agreement, he also made 13 appearances in Turkey.
Alli just shared a photo of himself in the hospital with the caption, “On the mend after a quick operation.”
“Surgery done, all successful. I focus on full recovery now after tough weeks. My season unfortunately comes to an end,” he said on social media, per acclaimed football journalist, Fabrizio Romano.
Alli also indicated he would take a break from social media and focus on his recovery.
“I’ll be back when I am ready,” he concluded.