Daniel Levy has a track record for being a shrewd operator at Tottenham Hotspur with the new stadium now generating more match day revenue than ever before due to the increased capacity and plethora of eateries now available for fans.
It is not just the stadium which is now earning the club extra income, The Sun report that the club’s Hotspur Way training ground is also adding to the bottom line of the club’s balance sheet.
The state of the art facility has been used by the Brazilian national team on two occasions. They first visited before heading off to the World Cup in Russia last summer and returned to Enfield late last year to prepare for two fixtures that took place in Saudi Arabia.
Along with the training complex there is a dedicated players’ lodge, a 40-bedroom, two floor, purpose-built building which was completed in last summer.
The venue has become a rival to the Football Association’s St George’s Park site and is also looked upon favourably due to its location in London, whereas the FA’s is based in Burton.
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