Tony Alderweireld has been outstanding since his summer move from Atletico Madrid

Real Madrid have now entered the hunt for the signature of Tottenham Hotspur defender Toby Alderweireld as his future in North London looks unclear, according to a report.
The Mirror understands that the La Liga giants are monitoring the situation of the Belgian international whose contract runs out in 2019.
Alderweireld was left out of the Champions League side that played against Juventus on Tuesday.
And that was despite the player himself telling Sky Sports weeks ago that he was fit and ready for match action.
But Mauricio Pochettino chose to keep him out of the 1-0 win in the North London derby at the weekend as well as the trip to Turin.
However, the boss claimed that this was nothing other than match fitness and a desire to protect his player’s career, although speculation is mounting as the Evening Standard reported that Tottenham will consider offers for him in the summer.
The 28-year-old has not played for Tottenham since pulling up with a hamstring injury back in November against Real Madrid but there is a chance he could play in the FA Cup trip to Rochdale at the weekend.
Manchester United are also in pursuit of the player, as are long-term admirers Chelsea.
Tottenham may be forced into selling the player this summer so as not to risk losing him for a cut-price at the end of next season.
Contract negotiations have been ongoing for some time but it is thought that the player would like to more than double his current £50,000-per-week wage to figures in excess of £110,000-per-week.
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