Tottenham are desperate to keep hold of their prized assets, although they let Kyle Walker join Manchester City earlier this summer.
Alli currently earns around £60,000-a-week and there is a wage ceiling at Spurs.
His team-mate Danny Rose recently hit out at the club when he gave an interview to The Sun, insisting he should be paid the wages he thinks he’s worth.
Alli has been instrumental since joining in a £5million deal from MK Dons in 2015.
And now according to the Daily Mail, Alli’s split from his current agent Rob Segal could put Europe’s top clubs on alert.
The Mail add Alli is aware he can earn around £200,000-a-week elsewhere and Manchester United and Chelsea will look to sign him.
It is suggested the 21-year-old is assessing his options, but he is keen to move abroad.
Alli only signed a new six-year deal last September, but United and Chelsea the Mail say, will be desperate to bring a player of his quality to their club.
Thierry Henry advised Spurs over the weekend they…