The Premier League is currently suspended indefinitely following a coronavirus meeting last week, although the aim is still to play out the remaining games in the future (Mirror).
The only competition Spurs are still fighting in is the Premier League itself, after they were knocked out of the FA Cup and Champions League by Norwich and RB Leipzig respectively.
Tottenham are currently eighth in the league table, seven points behind Chelsea in fourth with just nine games to play for the Lilywhites.
However, Spurs would likely have their core contingent of Harry Kane, Heung-min Son, and Moussa Sissoko back from injury should the season start up again this year.
While voiding the campaign could work in Tottenham’s favour, depending on how the governing bodies decided to handle the top four spots, the club would certainly lose out on revenue.
Football Insider have now reported that Spurs would likely lose around £83m in broadcasting, matchday takings, and revenue if the season was to be scrapped.
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