Tottenham Hotspur supporters have been handed a big stadium naming rights update on their club’s talks with Google.
The Lowdown: Spurs enter ‘meaningful talks’…
In the past week, Spurs have entered ‘meaningful talks’ with technological giant Google over a potentially mega-money naming rights agreement.
Chairman Daniel Levy has been chasing a deal since 2019 with Tottenham seeking to make as much profit as possible from their state-of-the-art £1 billion ground.
Levy even appointed chief commercial officer Todd Kline to assist in striking an agreement with interested parties as the former NFL executive has a brilliant track record with the NFL’s Miami Dolphins.
There has been plenty of interest with reports of Amazon still being in the running alongside Google.
The Latest: Di Marzio shares big Spurs stadium update…
Following on from these discussions with Google, Sky Sports reporter Di Marzio has a potentially exciting update.
Di Marzio states on social media that ‘the stadium could be called Google Stadium’.
The Verdict: Good news…
After their problems with mounting debt during the COVID-19 pandemic, Spurs may finally be about to reap the rewards of their multi million pound investment in the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
If a deal can be done, there is reason to believe the ENIC group could green-light more on-field investment to bolster manager Antonio Conte’s squad – much like they did after Tottenham’s qualification for the Champions League last season.
Indeed, there could be real reason for optimism in light of this new update.
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