PSG lining up January deal for Spurs star Dele Alli

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One of the hottest prospects in the Premier League could be on his way out of the English top flight already.

Dele Alli is reportedly being monitored by Paris Saint-Germain, with the Ligue 1 Champions lining up a shock January move, according to L'Equipe.

The 19-year-old has skyrocketed to prominence in recent months, only last season he was plying his trade for MK Dons in League One.


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Although the English youngster had been followed by an array of clubs including Bayern Munich and Liverpool, it was Tottenham who captured his signature in January, before loaning him back to the Dons for the rest of the season.

Alli has enjoyed an impressive start to life in the Premier League, scoring once in a string of eight impressive games and his fearless approach to moving up not just one, but two divisions, hasn't gone unnoticed.

The move for an in-form young English talent by such a big European club may come as a shock, but, considering how quickly Alli has risen to prominence in a Spurs side filled with stars, it is no wonder he is being linked with a potential move to a club that can match his rapidly developing talent.

Alli was voted the Football League's Young Player of the Year in April and has already bagged himself a couple of England caps since making his Premier League bow.

This latest rumour appears one more of confusion, not because of the player's ability, but his profile.

A relatively unknown name within world football signing for PSG, a side who normally opt to sign marquee, shirt selling players, would surprise many.

However, Manchester United's pursuit of Anthony Martial may have started a European trend of snapping up these highly talented youngsters early on in their careers.

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