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‘Worth every single penny’ – Tottenham Hotspur fans on Twitter react to wage reports

The Tottenham fans in the Transfer Tavern have been reacting to the news that their club’s chairman, Daniel Levy, paid himself £6 million last season. The fee evens itself out to £115,000 per week, which is £15,000 more than Harry Kane who’s the highest-earning player at the club at the moment.

Daniel Levy has become one of football’s shrewdest businessmen in years at Tottenham. The businessman engineered Spurs receiving a world record transfer fee for Gareth Bale in 2013 and is well known in the footballing world for getting players on the cheap and selling them expensively. Although the Spurs fans propping our bar up are divided in their opinions of Levy, the recent news that he’s paying himself more than any player at Spurs is sure to ruffle the feathers of some fans.

Daniel Levy has the been the chairman at Tottenham since 2001 and has seen a number of managers come and go at White Hart Lane. The 56-year-old also presented the plans for the club’s new stadium, which the Lilywhites are set to move into for the start of next season. The financial state of Tottenham has always been a cause for celebration among the fans and that’s down to the tight control of Levy, although the fans believe the businessman has gone too far with it sometimes, recently refusing to pay Toby Alderweireld his desired wages to keep him in N17 despite fans protests.

You can read our local Spurs fans verdict on Levy’s wage here:

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