According to the Post, Tottenham Chairman Levi had a tough attitude on Ali's transfer, and many clubs are interested in signing the England international.
Ali has been absent from Tottenham's roster for two consecutive games, which makes his future uncertain. Paris Saint-Germain is interested in signing Ali, and Inter Milan coach Conte has long appreciated players.
Although Ali seems to have lost the main position in Tottenham, Levi will not sell Ali at a low price. He bid the attacker for £100 million last season.
However, under the circumstances that the new crown pneumonia epidemic affects the club's finances, the possibility of a club offering such a transfer fee in the current transfer market is relatively low.
The Post stated that the most likely scenario is that Ali leaves the team on loan at the transfer window. Considering that Levi is unwilling to negotiate with the league team, Ali may go to a foreign club.