The clubs growing financial strength has seen us become the 11th richest club in the world, according to the latest edition of Deloitte’s Football Money League.

An article in CITY AM has said that Spurs moved up one place in the annual list, which was published today, after the club increased revenue last season by £96.4m to £305.6m (€355.6m).

The article says that we benefited from our highest ever Premier League finish of second as well as participation in the Champions League.

It goes on to say that playing our European matches at Wembley contributed to a growth in matchday income, and we also enjoyed substantial uplift from the league-wide improvement in broadcast income from new television contracts.

The article goes on to say that we are tipped to see revenue rise again this season, owing to a more lucrative kit deal with American sportswear giant Nike and the impact of playing all home matches at Wembley, which in certain games has had more than double the attendance that White Hart Lane had.

It adds that we could actually climb into the top 10 and overtake Juventus in next year’s list, depending on which team wins their looming Champions League last 16 tie.

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