Tottenham fans react on Twitter to Coutinho Ballon d'Or inclusion

Tottenham fans react on Twitter to Coutinho Ballon d'Or inclusion

Sport says Barcelona are closely monitoring the England worldwide, but the Spanish publication adds that Real Madrid could also consider joining the race.

The summer transfer window was one the craziest we have ever seen.

'The character and excitement isn't there from when they play at their clubs'.

According to Sport, Alli is being monitored by Barca's top brass as they believe he would slot into the team, Barca believe Alli would be a brilliant fit at the Camp Nou, having grown frustrated in their pursuit of Coutinho.

Harry Kane has said he would not rule out leaving Tottenham Hotspur to play overseas at some point in his career, though he is happy at the club.

"Players are playing with fear".

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Should Tottenham Hotspur star Christian Eriksen be included in the 2017 Ballon d'Or shortlist like Liverpool ace Philippe Coutinho has been?

With Real Madrid also interested, Spurs are hoping to keep Alli in North London with an improved deal.

The deal would put him on par with midfield maestro Christian Eriksen, who has continued to put in impressive performances week after week, including during the global break, however, it would still leave him far short of compatriot Harry Kane, who now earns double.

Alli is said to be considering a change of agent, with big-name representatives like Mino Raiola and Jorge Mendes vying for his business.

The Telegraph reported last week that Tottenham are ready to offer him around £80,000-a-week to convince him to commit his long-term future to Spurs, but the player knows that other European clubs could increase that figure considerably.