Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is moving to try and tie down the club's superstars to long-term deals, with England captain Harry Kane penning a new six-year contract last week.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino inked a new five-year deal amid interest from Real Madrid and it appears as though there will be a few more contracts offered and signed before the new Premier League campaign gets under way.
It is thought that Christian Eriksen will be offered new terms in the near future but it seems as though Alli's contract is the one that Levy wants signed sooner rather than later, with the midfielder's stock sure to rise if he has a decent World Cup with England.
It has been said that the former MK Dons schemer will be handed a deal worth in the region of £100,000 per week after an up-and-down season in which he scored 14 goals but also suffered a dip in form.
With Spurs set to move into a new stadium and with a talented squad, there are exciting times ahead for the North Londoners and getting Alli on board for a significant period of time will be crucial to the club's development.
It remains to be seen if they challenge for the Premier League next term and punters looking to use a free bet might fancy Manchester City to repeat their title triumph.