Everyone knows that Daniel Levy is a tough negotiator, especially when it comes to selling players and getting the very best price for them.
Football365 have now worked out the most profitable sold XI from the chairman’s time in charge of the club, and the margins are big.
Across the starting eleven, Daniel Levy earned Spurs a profit of over £200m, £213.55m to be exact!
Sometimes big players force their way out of a club or squad players have to be moved on, but Spurs fans can at least rest easy knowing that they will get a fair price (Figures by Football365).
Goalkeeper – Paul Robinson – £2m profit
Right-back – Kieran Trippier – £16.5m profit
Centre-back – Kyle Walker – £45.5m profit
Centre-back – Kevin Wimmer – £13.7m profit
Left-back – Zeki Fryers – Broke even
Centre-mid – Luka Modric – £13.5m profit
Centre-mid – Michael Carrick – £14.5m profit
Left-wing – Gareth Bale – £70m profit
Right-wing – Nacer Chadli – £6m profit
Striker – Dimitar Berbatov – £19.85m profit
Striker – Robbie Keane – £12m profit
Total profit – £213.55m
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