Report: Tottenham enter talks over potential £500m stadium naming rights agreement

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Football Insider have reported that Tottenham Hotspur have entered into talks over a possible £500m stadium naming rights deal. 

Despite being open since 2019, the club still refer to the ground as the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as they await a more permanent switch from the old White Hart Lane.

The report claims that Tottenham see a naming rights deal as a ‘vast new potential revenue stream’ after the club posted £84m losses after tax in recent figures.

The Spurs board are reportedly holding out for a £25m-per-year naming rights deal and while they were previously expected to push for at least ten years, it appears negotiations have opened with an unnamed company over a potential 20-year deal.

The Lilywhites are said to be looking for a long-term association that rivals the likes of Arsenal and Emirates or Man City and Etihad.

Daniel Levy has reportedly been leading talks with ‘various blue-chip companies’.

Spurs Web Opinion:

I think by this time next year Tottenham will have their naming rights deal in place and, as is normally the case, Daniel Levy will get the exact figure he is after. This would be a huge financial boost for the club, which would hopefully be reflected in the transfer budget.

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