Tottenham Hotspur would reportedly reject offers of £100 million for Dele Alli.
According to the Telegraph, Tottenham Hotspur owner Daniel Levy has promised Mauricio Pochettino that none of his key players will be sold this summer.
The Lilywhites were considered outsiders for the top four before the season began, but they now look likely to finish in second place.
Pochettino is desperate to keep his squad together, and according to the Telegraph the Argentine boss’s wish will be granted.
Spurs are not prepared to listen to any offers for their key players, and they reportedly value Dele Alli at well over £100 million.
Tottenham are committed to keeping their best players around, and it is said that a whole host of their stars could be offered new deals.
Alli and Eric Dier are set for pay rises, while Hugo Lloris, Danny Rose, Kyle Walker and Harry Kane are understood to be in line for contract extensions.
One player who could leave Spurs, though, is Tom Carroll - after he failed to become a first-team regular this term.
Carroll has made only a handful of appearances for Spurs this season, and he is apparently unlikely to be offered a new deal, with his contract set to expire in the summer.