Eric Dier has revealed he desires his ashes to be scattered at Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium after he dies.
The England defender has been with the Lilywhites since 2014, changing into a daily for the membership ever since his transfer from Sporting Lisbon.
And Dier admitted his dedication to the membership goes far past his personal taking part in profession, and even his personal life.
“I’d have my ashes scattered in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium,” he instructed the Night Normal.
Dier additionally revealed his childhood hero was Spanish tennis celebrity Rafael Nadal.
“Rising up, tennis was very massive in my household and my brothers and I had been enormous Nadal followers,” he stated.
“I by no means would have gone for tennis over soccer, although.”
The 27-year-old additionally admitted he his admiration for the Queen.
“I really like the Queen – I’m a giant fan of [the TV series] The Crown,” he stated.
Dier joined returned to England from Portugal in 2014 and has since gone on to make 271 complete appearances for the membership in all competitions.
The midfielder prolonged his contract with the membership final summer season, committing his future to the north London aspect for 4 extra years.