Alli has been in sensational form for Tottenham this season, and scored a double last month in his side’s 2-0 win over Chelsea.
Spurs have been able to cling onto their key assets, and tied the midfielder down to a new deal that will see him stay in north London until 2022.
However, according to The Times, Bayern have other ideas.
Bayern Munich are reportedly monitoring Dele Alli
Bayern are looking for a long-term replacement for Thomas Muller (left)
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The report suggests the Bundesliga champions are planning a move for Alli, as they view him as a long-term replacement for Thomas Muller.
Spurs’ chairman Daniel Levy, it is believed would only sanction Alli’s departure if they received more than the £85million they sold Gareth Bale to Real Madrid for in 2013.
Alli currently takes home £50,000 a week, while Moussa Sissoko is on a £95,000-a-week deal.
Daniel Levy is known for being a tough negotiator
Levy is renowned for being a tough negotiator, so Bayern might not find it so easy to claw Alli away from the club.