Tottenham are reportedly confident that England ace Dele will pen a new mega-money contract.
The 21-year-old is currently in the process of changing agents and has attracted interest from a host of Europe’s biggest sides.
Alli signed a new six-year deal with the club last September and currently takes home around £50,000-a-week.
Spurs are expected to offer him £80,000-a-week as part of his new deal, according to The Telegraph.
He will be catching up with the club’s top earners, Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris, if he puts pen to paper and commits to the new contract.
Spurs have been put on red alert after the England ace revealed his decision to leave long-term representative Rob Segal when their current agreement expires.
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The club are allegedly concerned that if he signs with a ‘super agent’ like Jorge Mendes or Mino Raiola, then they could struggle to agree a deal.
Mauricio Pochettino is in the process of drafting a new offer and believes they can reach an agreement before the forward formally changes his agent.
The 21-year-old appears to have gone off the boil this season and has found himself in the headlines for all of the wrong reasons.
He has been warned by the Tottenham boss to stop diving after he picked up a needless yellow card during a 4-0 win against Huddersfield.
The midfield ace has was handed an international suspension following a rude middle finger gesture during a World Cup qualifier against Slovakia earlier this month.
Alli excelled last term and scored 22 goals in the process, but this term he has only managed to find the net three times.
Reports have suggested that European giants Manchester United and Real Madrid are interested and are vying for the 21-year-old’s services.
Los Blancos have hinted a potential swap move for the midfielder, which could include Madrid offloading out-of-favour midfielder Mateo Kovacic.