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Alli: Dier’s the worst dresser and worst dancer at Spurs

Alli completed a £5 million from MK Dons to Tottenham Hotspur last summer and has lit up the Premier League to the extent that he could be among England’s starting XI at the upcoming European Championship in France.

Both Alli and Tottenham team-mate Dier started the Three Lions’ friendly against Les Bleus last November, a game in which Alli scored his first international goal in spectacular style past club-mate Hugo Lloris.

But while the duo have struck up a sound understanding on the pitch, their styles clash off it, with Alli claiming the former Sporting Lisbon defender can’t dance and wears the worst clothes of all the players at the north London outfit.

Who wears the worst gear? Eric Dier. Nothing fits him, everything he wears is really big. And the worst dancer? Eric Dier. It’s horrendous. I’m trying to teach him, but I’m not the best!

“Who wears the worst gear? Eric Dier. Nothing fits him, everything he wears is really big,” Alli jokes as part of an exclusive interview which accompanies the April 2016 issue of FourFourTwo.

And the worst dancer? “Eric Dier. It’s horrendous. I’m trying to teach him, but I’m not the best either!”

Find out which Spurs player is the biggest joker, who is the biggest moaner and who is the most intelligent in the video below.

Want to watch more exclusive interviews with Alli, plus our other April 2016 cover stars Dimitri Payet, Riyad Mahrez and Hector Bellerin? Of course you do! Subscribe to FourFourTwo’s YouTube channel to see them all, and get stuck into our library of Performance videos on how to train, think and play like a pro.

Photography: Shamil Tanna (opens in new tab)

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Gregg Davies is the Chief Sub Editor of FourFourTwo magazine, joining the team in January 2008 and spending seven years working on the website. He supports non-league behemoths Hereford and commentates on Bulls matches for Radio Hereford FC. His passions include chocolate hobnobs and attempting to shoehorn Ronnie Radford into any office conversation.