Football Insider have revealed that Tottenham are in talks to secure a naming rights deal for their stadium that could be worth over £250m.
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been in operation for over two years but the majority of the games at the venue have been played behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite reports to the contrary earlier in the summer, the club have not yet managed to secure a naming rights deal for the venue.
If Football Insider are to be believed, that could be about to change, with the North London club thought to be in talks over a ten-year naming rights agreement that could be worth £25million-a-year.
The report reveals that the Spurs board see securing a mega-money naming rights partner for the stadium as a ‘priority’.
It is claimed that Daniel Levy has held discussions with various blue-chip companies over the naming rights of the 62,850-capacity venue.
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Some Spurs fans on social media seem to be angry with the stadium being used for other sporting events and concerts but I certainly understand why it is being done, particularly considering how much it cost to build the stadium.
Events like the Joshua-Usyk fight will only serve to increase the venue’s profile, which will only improve the club’s chances of securing a big-money naming rights deal. That is also the only way we can continue being self-sustainable and still compete with some of the big boys in Europe.
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