Everton midfielder Dele Alli reunites with four former Tottenham team-mates over dinner to celebrate his 26th birthday

DELE ALLI reunited with some former Tottenham team-mates over dinner to celebrate his 26th birthday.

The midfielder, who signed for Frank Lampard's Everton in January, enjoyed a night out to mark his big day.

And he was joined by Eric Dier, Ryan Sessegnon, Son Heung Min and keeper Pierluigi Gollini.

Both Dier and Gollini also wished Alli happy birthday in separate Instagram posts.

The playmaker has made only six appearances for Everton with the ex-England international struggling for form.

He has come under fire from pundits, including former Liverpool captain Graeme Souness.

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Souness said: “Dele Alli is a mystery to me. When he first broke into the team (at Spurs) I went thinking, ‘He’s destined to be a top player’.

“He had a couple of years where he was good, getting goals, working his socks off for the team. 

“But it’s just all evaporated. Lots of serious managers have looked at him and made their mind up on him.

“For me, if I was advising him, I’d be saying ‘you’re now in the last chance saloon’.

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“If it doesn’t work out for him at Everton, where does he go after that? It’s certainly not a big club.

“Everton are a big club, he should grab it with both hands. Whatever he’s doing, and only he can answer it, it’s one of two things.

“He’s had his eye taken off the ball for whatever reasons, [or] he’s lost interest in football, at his age, really?”

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