Bayern Munich Enter Race for Dele Alli With Spurs Ace Set to Be FIFA 18 Cover Star

Bayern Munich Enter Race for Dele Alli With Spurs Ace Set to Be FIFA 18 Cover Star

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Tottenham Hotspurs and England international Dele Alli is set to to appear on the front cover of adorn EA Sports’ acclaimed FIFA video game franchise as the Spurs midfielder catches the attention of Europe’s top clubs.

The English man’s rise to prominence in the game has seen being the summer target of many leading clubs. According to Daily Mirror, Bayern Munich has shown interest in the Midfielder as of late. As the 20-year-old’s name and marketing brand continues to march forth after a number of sterling displays this term.

The Bundesliga club would have to go head to head with the likes Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Barcelona for his services at the end of the term.

Alli recently signed a new long-term contract until 2022 following an impressive start to his Premier League career scoring five goals and making three assists in his first 18 league matches. His release clause would be on the high side if any club decides to make an offer for him.

He has become a man of high repute in the game and EA Sports intends to take advantage of his new found status by making him the face the next issue of their FIFA series.

Other football legend in the likes of Lionel Messi, Marco Reus, Wayne Rooney have been placed on the front of previous editions of the game, and the Spurs star face being plastered all over the new FIFA 18 Cover will registered him as the latest shining star within Europe’s top five league.

If he does take to the cover of FIFA 18, this will see the likes of Bayern Munich showing more interested in signing him in attempt to boost their attacking options, such as with Alli’s name on the back of their replica shirts – within their large fan-base and beyond.

Alli has once again helped Spurs mount a Premier League title challenge this season,with the Lilywhites currently sitting second in the table after Sunday’s 3-2 win over Everton. The ex-MK Dons starlet has featured 27 times this term, plundering 15 goals and seven assists in all competitions.

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