Amazon are currently filming a behind the scenes documentary of Tottenham Hotspur’s season for the series, ‘All or Nothing’.

As a part of the series, camera crews are recording things that go on at Hotspur Way and even accompanied the team to Anfield for their 2-1 defeat to last Sunday.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, the agents of several Spurs stars feel that their clients should be paid more since they are now having to do more interviews as a part of the series.

It is claimed that the players’ representatives are going through their contracts with the club in order to ascertain if their clients are owed more, but it is suggested that the club are confident that appearing in the series is part of their contractual obligations.

This supposedly hasn’t gone down well with the players and it is claimed that they aren’t too enthusiastic about contributing to the All or Nothing series.

A well-placed source inside the club is quoted as saying, “There’s a belief that if the players, who feel they already do enough, have to do extra interviews then they should be getting paid for it.

“The issue they have got is that Tottenham’s contracts are notoriously watertight and that they don’t have a case. But it’s caused some anger and I wouldn’t expect the players to be going the extra mile for something they feel they are not getting paid for.”

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I can see why Daniel Levy has accepted to have this filmed as not only will this bring in millions to the club but will also give Tottenham free publicity worldwide. However, this looks like the last thing the club needs given the pressure the players and the coaching staff are under at the moment.

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