England midfielder has caught the eye of Los Blancos after setting Premier League alight this term
TOTTENHAM will offer Dele Alli a £40million contract extension to keep him away from Real Madrid.
The England star signed a £55,000-a-week deal in September that runs until 2022.
But with Los Blancos keeping tabs on one of the brightest talents, The Mirror claims Spurs are willing to put a double-your-money offer on the table.
Alli, 21, would be on similar terms to top earners Hugo Lloris and Harry Kane within Tottenham’s notoriously strict wage structure.
Daniel levy knows he cannot compete with the likes of Real but will hope the lure of working with Mauricio Pochettino will swing the balance his way.
The White Hart Lane chief is determined to build on two solid seasons under Poch so Spurs can mix it with Europe’s big boys.
And that would mean keeping the current squad together while giving his boss funds to spend this summer.
If Real do come calling, Levy is likely to demand a similar fee that saw Gareth Bale head to the Bernabeu.
Contract talks are also planned for Toby Alderweireld, Danny Rose and Son Heung-min as part of the project, which involved a £750m new stadium.