Tottenham Hotspur and Google have been in talks over a deal regarding stadium naming rights, as reported by the Athletic on Monday.
Daniel Levy has been long searching for a deal for the club’s new stadium since it was opened back in 2019.
But now, the north London club may have found a buyer with Gianluca Di Marzio providing an update on the situation.
Di Marzio: “The deal between Google and Tottenham could close soon”
The Italian journalist claims that a deal between the two parties could soon be complete.
This deal would represent a massive financial boost for Spurs with Levy seeking a world-record deal worth a reported £25m-per-year.
With the club also back in the Champions League and the many other events which the stadium hosts, a stadium naming rights deal on top of this would be massive.
Di Marzio says: “Daniel Levy has already confirmed in 2019 the intention to sell the rights to the name of the stadium, but in this period no agreement has been closed.
“But now it could be the right time.
“The figures of the agreement are still secret, but the deal between Google and Tottenham could close soon.”
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