Writing for football.london, reliable Tottenham Hotspur correspondent Alasdair Gold has shared news that Spurs will have a new man helping the club grow financially next month as Daniel Levy appoints Todd Kline as chief commercial officer in a brand new role.
Alasdair Gold shares Daniel Levy plan for Spurs
In this potentially big boost for Tottenham, Kline has apparently been tasked with helping Levy and Spurs to solve the naming rights issue regarding their state of the art stadium.
Indeed, Kline will apparently be a big factor in finding a deal that will suit Spurs financially – with Levy and the club eager to take full advantage of Tottenham’s state of the art facilities.
He will also oversee media rights and corporate sponsorships in his new role, but the stadium issue being solved will apparently prove most lucrative in what could be a boost for Spurs.
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Gold describes his switch to north London as a potentially ‘crucial‘ one, with Kline’s appointment seen as a clever move by Levy given his expertise in the world of sport finance.
Amid the financial uncertainty brought on by coronavirus, Tottenham will be hoping to settle on the stadium naming rights sooner rather than later.
Solving that particular problem, among his plethora of other duties, Kline could prove to an invaluable asset to Spurs after they posted a £63.9 million loss for the year ending June 30, 2020 (Evening Standard).
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