TOTTENHAM ace Dele Alli is being promised a dream move to Manchester United or Real Madrid by agents looking to sign him up.
The England midfielder has shelved long-term representatives Impact Sports Management.
And the Daily Mirror reports there is no shortage of companies willing to add the 21-year-old to their books.
His suitors are said to include Cristiano Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes and Mino Raiola, who looks after Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
It follows that the Spurs man has seemingly been told by a cluster of agents that they are the only ones for him.
That they can make a move to United or Real happen if or when he decides to leave Tottenham.
Spurs, though, insist the youngster, who cost an initial fee of £5million from MK Dons in 2015, is not for sale now – or in the future.
Indeed, early talks have already taken place about increasing his weekly wage of around to £50-60,000 to somewhere near £100,000.
SunSport has already reported that Harry Hickford will also take on a management role of some sort.
Thats regardless of who Alli chooses as the replacement for Rob Segal at Impact Sports Management.
Hickford has been a house-mate of Alli since moving in with his family at the age of 13.
He is regarded as a brother to the Premier League star.
Alli was in good form again on Saturday, setting up Harry Kane for both of his two goals in the 3-2 win at West Ham.