Tottenham Hotspur are always on the lookout for teenage talents in order to bolster their academy and first-team.

Dele Alli was signed as a teen from MK Dons and slotted straight into the starting line-up in North London after arriving from an initial loan spell back at his former club.

Spurs also signed Ryan Sessegnon and Jack Clarke, both teenage wingers from the Championship, in the summer transfer window of 2019.

The Lilywhites also acquired Troy Parrott when he was just 16-years-old, a player who is now seen by many as the shining light in the academy.

The Daily Star now report that Tottenham are interested in another 16-year-old, Birmingham City midfielder Jude Bellingham.

Liverpool are also said to be interested, while both Barcelona and Real Madrid sent scouts to watch the teenager this season. Bellingham is tipped to cost around £30m in the summer.

Former Birmingham City player, Paul Tait, has tipped Bellingham to match the rise of Dele Alli, if not go further than the Englishman.

Spurs Web Opinion:

As good as he sounds, Bellingham would be far too expensive at £30m for Spurs at this moment in time with the rebuild needed in North London.

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