Dele Alli 'moves childhood friend into mansion in act of kindness'

Dele Alli welcomes childhood friend and former MK Dons teammate Harry Hickford into his £2m mansion as a thank you for his previous goodwill, a report claims.

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli has reportedly moved his close friend into his £2m home to repay the kindness shown to him during his tough childhood.

The 20-year-year lived with pal Harry Hickford, previously on MK Dons' books and now with Forest Green Rovers, during his school days while mother Denise battled alcoholism.

According to The Mirror, Alli classes Hickford as a brother figure, welcoming him into his mansion in an attempt to give something back to the family that helped him in the recent past.

A source is quoted by the paper as saying: "Dele's got a huge house - it made sense for Harry to move in. They're brothers and best friends, so it's the least he can do."

Alli, who also lives with lingerie model girlfriend Ruby Mae, recently cut off all contact with his mother after claiming that he felt no connection.

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