Madrid have set their sights on signing a ‘Galactico’ next summer after missing out on Kylian Mbappe to Paris Saint-Germain.
The report states that both players fit the profile for potential signings at Madrid, who will get to see them both in action when Real meet Spurs in the Champions League.
Kane has spoken of his desire to remain with Spurs but refused to rule out the idea of playing abroad later in his career.
While Alli has also dominated headlines recently by swapping his agent, sparking rumours that he could be on the move soon.
Both players have been key to Tottenham’s success over the last two seasons, firing them into two title races.
Kane has attracted interest from Manchester United in the past and it seems Spurs may struggle to hold on to him for much longer.