Eric Dier (29-Tottenham) has been left in tears after a heartbreaking confession from fallen prodigy Dele Alli (27).

Alli recently appeared on Man Utd legend Gary Neville’s ‘The Overlap’ and shocked viewers by revealing his childhood story of being molested at the age of six and starting to deal drugs at the age of eight.

Dyer told ‘The Sun’ on Aug. 28 (KST), “It was hard to watch the interview, and I was upset. “A long time ago, I went to Milton Keynes with Ali, and he showed me where he grew up. But I had no idea about the horrific experiences.”

메이저사이트Ali arrived at Spurs in 2015 as a 19-year-old, and Dyer, then 21, had already spent a season with the club. The two formed a strong friendship while at Spurs. Ali also mentioned Dyer in his interview with Neville. “You realize who your really good friends are, and she’s a really good friend,” he said.

Dyer got married last month. Dyer’s wedding was attended by close family and friends. Dyer asked Ali to attend.

But Ali was in rehab at the time to treat his addiction to alcohol and sleeping pills. There were some misunderstandings along the way, and Ali couldn’t make it. Dyer says, “Ali has a heart of gold. She really does. I’m disappointed and upset with myself that I didn’t do more,” Dyer said in tears.

Alli made his professional debut with MK Dons in Ligue 1 (third division). After moving to Tottenham, he exploded in his first season.

Under Mauricio Pochettino, Alli was touted as England’s future, forming a ‘DESK line’ with Son Heung-min, Harry Kane, and Christian Eriksen. He was capped at every England age group and made 37 appearances for the Three Lions.

However, he began a downward spiral under Jose Mourinho and fell out of favor under Antonio Conte. He eventually left Tottenham for Everton in January of last year.

He was loaned out to Turkiye Besiktas last season, but only scored three goals in 13 appearances. He returned to England in April due to injury following a falling out with Besiktas coach Sérénol Güneche. He was operated on for a hip injury.

He is spending pre-season with Everton and is hoping to bounce back this season. Dyer said: “Ali is young. He can still do whatever he wants. That’s the beauty of football. Everything is in his hands.”

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