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Read Tottenham striker, Harry Kane emotional farewell to Dele Alli

Tottenham striker, Harry Kane, has reacted to the club’s decision to sell Dele Alli to Everton.

Alli joined Spurs’ Premier League rivals on Transfer Deadline Day. Alli has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal at Goodison Park to link up with new Everton boss Frank Lampard.

The deal has been structured to allow Alli to leave on a free transfer, with significant bonus payments included that could reportedly net Spurs up to £40m.

Kane and Alli struck an impressive chemistry in the early years of Mauricio Pochettino’s reign, with the pair netting 57 goals between them in the 2016/2017 campaign in all competitions.

“Good luck on your next chapter @dele_official,” Kane wrote on his official Twitter account.

“We’ve had some great memories together over the past 7 years.

“Thank you for everything you have given me and the club! See you soon.”

The 25-year-old brought an end to his seven-year association with the north London club, having joined as a teenager from MK Dons for £5million in 2015.

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