Report: Tottenham’s hope for world record deal “is in tatters” – Spurs Web

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The new Tottenham Hotspur stadium has now been open for almost exactly a year, which has included an evening of viewing the Champions League final on the field.

However, the Telegraph now reports that, although Daniel Levy was hoping for a world record naming rights agreement for the stadium, he will have to lower his price.

Levy reportedly asked for £ 375 million from a potential deal, earning £ 25 million per season for 15 years. Unfortunately, the Telegraph report says that a significant drop in form and the COVID-19 pandemic have dashed those hopes.

Industry experts apparently believe that this type of figure will be impossible to achieve due to the serious impact that the coronavirus has had on the world economy.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium can host NFL games and be the home of the Lilywhites. There are also plans to host an Anthony Joshua boxing match and concert this summer.

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