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Tottenham's Dele Alli set for THIRD new contract in 16 months as Spurs look to keep Real Madrid at bayDele Alli is to be offered a new, long-term contract worth around 40million to to keep him at Tottenham. It will be Alli’s THIRD new deal in the space of just 16 months. The 21-year-old midfielder signed a revised contract last September that put him in the 55,000-a-week bracket and runs to 2022. Now the Spurs hierarchy a

re ready to double Alli’s money to put him on a par with the likes of Harry Kane and Hugo Llor

is as the club’s top earners. The new deal will extend his stay to at least 2023 and guarantee he will earn a minimum of around 40m in that time. Read MoreRelated ArticlesTottenham 4-0 Bournemouth: Harry Kane scores as Spurs win at home yet again - 5 things we learned Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris are Spurs current top earners on around 110,000-a-week each (Image: Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty) Alli has been an outstanding success at Spurs since joining from MK Dons for a bargain 5million in 2015. Spurs are well aware of Alli’s growing status as one of world football’s brightest talents. There is interest in the youngster from Real Madrid apc幸运28论坛 nd Barcelona and both Spanish giants would match the then world record 85.5million that Real paid to take Gareth Bale from White Hart Lane. But Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is determined to lift the profile of the club in Europe as they prepare to move into their new stadium at the start of the 2

018-19 season. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now The project will cost around 750 mil

lion and the new stadium will have a capacity of 61,000. Levy wants Spurs – with the f

uture of manager Mauricio Pochettino already assured – to have a team to compete with the best on the continent. That means funds will be available to Pochettino in the summer to bolster the squad – and Levy will mo

ve to keep the current squad together. Daniel Levy is determined to make Spurs into a major force (Image: Getty) And that includes Alli who has emerged as not only a key man for Spurs but also for England. Read MoreRelated ArticlesTottenham star Dele Alli must win trophies to become Premier League great, says Jamie Carragher He is a vital part of national manager Gareth Southgate’s plans for the World Cup in Russia next summer. And Levy’s plans do not end

with Alli. There are also talks planned with central d

efender Toby Alderweireld, full-back Danny Rose and Korean striker So

n Heung-min who has be

en impressive this season with

crucial goals when Kane has been out injured this season.