Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is reported to have told recently informed an interested party who was interested in making a bid that he values the club at £3.5billion, according to The Telegraph.

The figure is said to have left some industry experts believing that Levy is in ‘fantasy land’ over his valuation.

Levy has overseen a change off the field in North London with the redevelopment of the club’s stadium from White Hart Lane which has cost £1billion.

The chairman has also been seeking a £25million-a-year naming rights deal for the stadium for a period of over two years, but has so far seen no appetite for that sum of money.

The Hotspur Way training facility is also known to be one of the best around with former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand, having visited recently been left in awe of what he had seen (Rio Ferdinand Presents Five).

SpursWeb Opinion

Levy is known to be a tough negotiator, however a £3.5billion in the post-covid financial climate seems like a big ask.  With the stadium acting as a multi-purpose venue, it appears that he is looking to significantly reclaim the investment he has made into the club’s facilities. 

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