Tottenham overtake Liverpool to post world record 2017-18 profit

Daniel Levy

Tottenham first, Liverpool second

Tottenham’s full accounts for 2017-18 have been made public today at Companies House.

The figures reveal that Spurs have overtaken Liverpool to reveal world record profits.

While Liverpool trousered £106 million in profit in the 2017-18 season, Tottenham made a staggering £112.9 million.

Daniel Levy’s salary

The reports also reveal Daniel Levy’s pay packet at Spurs.

The Tottenham chief exec is the highest earner in his position in the Premier League netting over 3 million pounds a season.

Levy missed out on a bonus, however, after Tottenham’s move into their new ground was delayed.

Tottenham’s wages vs top 6

The data also reveals that Tottenham pay the lowest amount of wages of any of the Premier League’s top 6.

In 2017-18, Tottenham paid out 148 million pounds to players.

That’s half of what Manchester United paid to their first team squad: 296 million pounds.

Liverpool outspent Manchester City on wages by 4 million pounds, while Chelsea are the highest spending Londoners ahead of Arsenal.

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