Tottenham will offer reportedly Dele Alli a new long-term contract worth around £40m in a bid to keep the midfielder at White Hart Lane.
Real Madrid are said to be monitoring Alli’s progress at Spurs ahead of a huge summer bid for the recently turned 21-year-old.
Spurs, however, are willing to improve the former MK Dons star’s current contract for the third time in 16 months and put him in line with the club’s top earners, according to a report in the Daily Mirror.
Alli has scored an impressive 16 times from 31 league appearance so far this campaign and is attracting interest from not only Real but their La Liga rivals Barcelona too, with Real reportedly ready to pay Spurs more than the £85.5m they handed them for Gareth Bale back in 2013.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, however is delighted with the direction the club is going in and wants to keep all his top stars, hence recent new deals for several of their top young talent.
At this stage of his development too it would appear that Alli is in the perfect place to continue to improve and become a major force in European football.