Tottenham Hotspur and England star Dele Alli is the latest player to be targeted by the big-spending Chinese Super League, sources in China have told ESPN FC.

Sources have told ESPN FC that interested clubs in China have enlisted the help of top European brokers to try and do a deal for Alli, with his suitors ready to pay the 20-year-old up to $1 million (£809,323) a week net.

A number Chinese clubs are preparing a big-money move to try to lure the in-form midfielder away from Tottenham as they look to raise the profile of the game in China.

Chinese clubs have recently made some significant additions, with former Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez signing for Shanghai Shenhua and Brazil midfielder Oscar moving to Shanghai SIPG from Chelsea in a deal worth £60m



Cristiano RonaldoWayne Rooney and Alexis Sanchez are among other high-profile players to be linked with moves to China.

Alli has now emerged as a major target for the biggest and richest clubs in China with the 20-year-old establishing himself as one of the best young players in Europe.