According to a report in Danish publication BT, Tottenham Hotspur have agreed to a partnership with Danish Superliga club Brondby IF.
The report claims that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy met with Brondby counterpart Jan Bech Andersen to discuss the details of the partnership.
There is no clarity on specific areas of collaboration with the report suggesting that the primary focus will be on ‘development’.
It is also claimed that Andersen, who lives in London, gifted Levy with a Brondby jersey with his own name after the conclusion of the meeting, and the image of the Spurs chairman holding the jersey has been doing the rounds on social media.
— Mads 🇩🇰 (@danishspurs) September 27, 2019
Brondby, who are based in the outskirts of Copenhagen, are one of the biggest clubs in Denmark, having won the the Danish league title ten times and the Danish Cup on seven occasions.
The club have also featured in European competitions on several occasions, managing to reach the semifinals of the UEFA Cup in 1991 and the quarterfinals of the European Cup in 1986-87.
Spurs Web Opinion
As of yet, it is unclear what the focus of this collaboration will be on but it certainly represents a lot of potential for the club given Brondby’s huge fan following in Denmark. Perhaps this will also give Tottenham an edge over their rivals with respect to the talents coming out of the Danish market.
Have something to tell us about this article?