Dele Alli is considering changing his agent reports suggest, a move that will alert the many clubs who covet the Tottenham star.
The Daily Mail claim that the England international is thinking about leaving long-time representative Rob Segal and joining a new agency.
Any new agent would likely immediately set about seeking improved terms for the midfielder, something which could trigger his exit from White Hart Lane.
Alli is currently on £60,000-a-week at Spurs – well below his market value.
If he were to push for a pay rise it would mean Tottenham breaking their rigid pay structure in which Hugo Lloris and Harry Kane are the top earners on £110,000-a-week.
If they refused, it would almost certainly trigger his exit from White Hart Lane and there would certainly be no shortage of interest.
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Manchester United, Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool are all understood to be keen, while a switch abroad for Alli couldn’t be ruled out. Real Madrid, who signed Gareth Bale and Luka Modric from Spurs, are admirers.
Following his move from MK Dons Alli has excelled with Tottenham. Last term he scored 18 goals, following on from 10 in his debut season, contributions that have seen him win the PFA Young Player of the Year the last two seasons running.