- Spurs are refusing to sell Dele Alli to Real Madrid with the English man contracted till 2022
- Los Blancos willing to engage in a swap deal for the player with Croatian Mateo Kovacic
- Kovacic has Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, Isco and Casemiro ahead of him in the Real pecking order
Real Madrid reportedly want to sign Dele Alli and are willing to send midfielder Mateo Kovakic the other way in order to sign the Englishman.
Tottenham chief Daniel Levy has made it clear his player is not for sale at any price and he has a strong position given the player recently signed a contract that will expire in 2022.
According to Don Balon, Real president Florentino has made it his target to get the Spurs man who he feels is the next Galactico.
Perez is willing to let out-of-favour Kovacic move to England as part of a sensational January swap deal in his bid to get the 21-year-old who recently left long-term representatives Impact Sports Management.
Super agents Jorge Mendes and Mino Raiola are among those hoping to take on the Spurs midfielder.
Real spent just a modest £40million on Flamengo youngster Vinicius Junior after their transfer ban was lifted in the summer.
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