Dele Alli could swap MK Dons for Premier League club this summer

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MK Dons are bracing themselves for offers for highly-rated midfielder Dele Alli this summer, with Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City all reportedly interested in the talented teenager's signature.

According to Sky Sports, the League One club are determined to keep the England U18 international at Stadium MK for the 2014/15 campaign, but might be susceptible to losing him if any suitor meets his £5 million valuation.

The Red Devils have been credited with an interest in luring Alli to Old Trafford this summer, having been suitably impressed when watching the player in action last season.

The 18-year-old made 37 appearances for the Dons in all competitions in 2013/14 and manager Karl Robinson has tipped him to go to the very top of the game.

"I've said from the word go, he's as good as it gets," enthused the MK Dons boss. "He's the best young player I've ever worked with."

Arsene Wenger, Jose Mourinho and Brendan Rodgers have all been mooted as admirers of the exciting youngster as well, meaning Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool could all rival Manchester United for the teen talent's services.

After bursting onto the scene at the tender age of 16, Alli has continued his development in the lower leagues over the past couple of years, but might now seize the chance to prove himself at a higher level with offers at Old Trafford, Anfield, Stamford Bridge and the Emirates Stadium all seemingly in the offing.

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