Tottenham Hotspur are one of a number of Premier League clubs understood to be attracting ongoing interest by way of the Qatari Sports Investment group.
That’s according to the reliable Ben Jacobs of CBS Sports.
The QSI have come to the decision to seek out another club from across the continent to minority invest in over the coming year.
Negotiations, in turn, are under way with a number of sides in England’s top-flight.
One such outfit comes in the form of the aforementioned Tottenham, with whom talks took place earlier this week, fronted by chairman Daniel Levy.
The discussion between the two parties, it is understood, proved little more than exploratory, as QSI go about assessing all of their options.
The group, chaired by Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi, already own a 23% stake in Portuguese club Braga.
They are expected to ‘make ambitious multi-club investments in 2023′, though, with Spurs, it would seem, very much in the mix.
Liverpool, on the other hand, despite reports to the contrary, are yet to hold talks with Qatari Sports Investment.