Dele Alli is reportedly keen on leaving Tottenham Hotspur this summer, with the Englishman struggling for form in England, and three clubs want his signature.
Whilst Real Madrid have emerged as the top club to sign the Englishman, after reports that Gareth Bale will come to the club on loan, whilst Alli will head the other way on loan, there are also two other clubs.
Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan are also interested in the Englishman, and are set for a bidding war to land his signature.
However, any move for Alli will not be straightforward, with all of the clubs battling it out to get the Spurs midfielder, with the 24-year-old scoring an impressive 62 goals in all competitions during his five years at Spurs.
Despite impressing for Tottenham throughout the years, he has fallen out of favour with Jose Mourinho, with the manager reportedly finding Alli to be a "lazy trainer" according to the All or Nothing Tottenham Hotspur documentary.
The club are ready to receive offers for Alli, wanting to raise some funds in order to help fund the expensive loan of Bale from Real Madrid, with the Welshman set to earn around £300,000-a-week from Spurs, with the La Liga club covering the other half of his wages.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy confirmed last week that the club is set to lose more than £200 million this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tottenham reportedly want as much as £80 million for Alli, with PSG and Inter being interested in matching that price.