Report: Spurs in talks over stadium naming rights deal – Levy wants £25m-per-year

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Football Insider have reported that Tottenham remain keen on waiting for a £25m-per-year stadium naming rights deal before they commit to anything.

This comes despite the fact that we are currently living within a challenging financial climate thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The report claims that a source from Tottenham has informed them of the plan to set up more commercial deals following the announcement of Cinch as a shirt sleeve sponsor.

A stadium naming rights deal for the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is said to be at the top of the to-do list, with Daniel Levy and co wanting a £25m-per-year deal across 10-20 years.

Amazon and Nike have previously been reported as potential contenders for an eventual deal, with both having current ties to the club.

This comes after Tottenham announced a £63.9m loss in their recent November financial report, with the club now keen to drive more money-making commercial deals.

It is also reported that Spurs are already in talks with various companies over a potential naming rights deal, although details are scarce.

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