The rise of Spurs starlets Harry Kane and Deli Ali have been nothing short of meteoric. Kane has managed 3 seasons in the row where he scored 20+ goals. This has helped Tottenham challenge for the title. His performances have also helped propel himself into the spotlight. The extra attention has also made Kane a Transfer target for a number of high profile clubs. Ali for his part has equally been a rich vein of form in recent seasons. His commanding performances have earned praise from many current and former players alike.

Harry Kane

Kane has been linked with a move to Real Madrid in recent months.

Madrid for their part have been struggling for form of late and a high profile signing like Kane might prove to be the lift the team needs. Daniel Levy is keen to hold onto his star players. A fee in excess of £200 Million has been talked about as the bid needed to secure the signature of one of the hottest properties in European football. Kane has expressed his happiness at the club for the time being but the lure of some of the larger clubs across European might be a hard proposition to turn down.

Deli Ali

Ali has been linked with a move to Barcelona and Real Madrid in recent weeks. The deep pockets of the European clubs are something that Tottenham would struggle to match. The lure of challenging for the Champions League is another factor that Ali will consider.

Spurs have been performing well in Europe of late and have secured their position into the final 16 already. A strong run in Europe may be enough for Spurs to keep a hold of their hottest prospects.

Harry Winks

Winks has put in some strong performances recently against Real Madrid in Europe. Barcelona is rumoured to have expressed an interest in signing the young English midfielder.

Winks has grown a lot as a player in recent months and now finds himself an important player for the London club. It is unlikely that Winks will be left to leave Spurs on the cheap due to the potential the player is showing. A large bid from Barcelona, however, might well test the resolve of Levy and co.

One thing is for sure, Tottenham has managed to build a strong team, full of potential.

A successful run in Europe and in the Premier League will be required to keep their star players. Based on current form it appears that strong performances on all fronts are possible at the moment and keeping the chemistry of the team together will be vital for future success.