Tottenham are said to have held talks with a ‘number of individuals and companies’ over potential investment into the club, with new interest being fronted from America, according to The Telegraph. 

Reports emerged last month claiming Forrest Li, chairman and chief executive of consumer internet company Sea, was a guest of Spurs chairman Daniel Levy at a home game and was allegedly in England to discuss potential investment into the club. 

However, the Singaporean company later denied that any investment would be lined up, with the relationship of both Li and Levy said to be described as good friends. 

But rumours of investment into Spurs have not died down, with The Telegraph now reporting that fresh interest has arisen from across the pond in America. 

The news comes with Levy having travelled to the residence of Spurs owner Joe Lewis in the Bahamas to discuss the club’s ambitions and plans for the January transfer window.

Following Spurs’ defeat to Chelsea in the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg, Antonio Conte admitted the team’s level had dropped in recent seasons and the club was at a ‘middle’ ground compared to their London rivals. 

Spurs Web Opinion 

There seems to be a lot of noise around Spurs at the moment, especially with Conte looking to improve his squad this month. The reports of investment into Spurs are certainly worth keeping an eye on as the club becomes more and more financially and commercially attractive.

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