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Dele Alli gets new tattoos of his favourite animated TV show and video game characters

Tottenham star Dele Alli leaves team-mate Sergio Reguillon amazed as he shows off his incredible new sleeve featuring tattoos of Super Mario, Rick and Morty AND Stewie from Family Guy!

  • Dele Alli’s teammate Sergio Reguilon takes to Instagram to show the tattoo 
  • Alli’s left arm is covered in his favourite animated TV show and game characters 
  • Spurs defender Reguilon appears to laugh at the tattoo, saying ‘what’s that?’ 
  • Alli will be hoping to play more regularly this season under Nuno Esperito Santo 

Sergio Reguilon has taken to Instagram to show off Tottenham teammate Dele Alli’s new tattoos featuring the likes of animated TV and video game stars Super Mario, Rick and Morty and Stewie from Family Guy.

The new tattoos, which make up a sleeve on Alli’s arm, were posted on the social media site, in which Reguilon appears to laugh at them when he asks ‘what’s that?’

The video took place at Tottenham’s training centre and the pair seem to get along well, with Alli posting a story on his Instagram page with a picture of Reguilon saying ‘Little bro’.

Sergio Reguilon took to Instagram to show Dele Alli’s new tattoos featuring familiar faces

Rick & Morty make an appearance

Stewie from Family Guy features

The tattoos show animated TV pair Rick & Morty, while Stewie from Family Guy also features

The pair seemed in good spirits despite the ongoing drama surrounding Harry Kane’s absence from training as he looks to move away from the club.

And Alli will hope his new tattoos will bring him a bit of luck as he aims to feature more prominently under new manager Nuno Esperito Santo. 

The England international made just 15 Premier League appearances last campaign, but he was named as captain in a pre-season friendly against MK Dons last week. 

Dele Alli will be hoping for a bigger role at Tottenham this season under new manager Nuno

Dele Alli will be hoping for a bigger role at Tottenham this season under new manager Nuno



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