All three players have been linked with moves across Europe during the January transfer window, as well as potential moves for this summer too.
Dembele sees his Barcelona contract expire in the summer, and with a current refusal to sign a new contract, the Frenchman has been told to find a new club before the window closes on January 31.
England midfielder Alli has been touted as a potential target for Newcastle boss Eddie Howe all month, with the 25-year-old starting just eight Premier League matches for Antonio Conte's Spurs side all season.
Meanwhile, Lingard has failed to start a league game all campaign for Man United, despite a hugely successful loan spell in the second half of last season at West Ham United.
Following the Saudi-backed takeover towards the end of 2021, Newcastle have been linked with a number of names across Europe as they look to avoid relegation from the Premier League, and the trio of Dembele, Alli and Lingard are the latest names to be added to their list of targets, according to the Daily Mail.
The Magpies currently sit 18th in the league table following their 1-0 win away at Leeds United on Saturday.