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Takeover boost for Tottenham: Two US based groups are showing genuine interest in investing in Spurs

By Mehdi Gokal -

Tottenham Hotspur have gained a reputation as one of the best-managed clubs in the country.

Daniel Levy has been at the helm of Spurs for over two decades, having taken on the role of chairman from Alan Sugar in February 2001.

In recent years, the Lilywhites have been on an upward trajectory, highlighted by their journey to the Champions League final in 2019.

They have maintained competitiveness in the top-four race and have made significant strides in the transfer market.

Additionally, the club’s appeal to young players has been evident, indicating a promising future.

He has also overseen the club invest in a state of the art stadium which is now seen as the best stadium in the country, even ahead of Wembley.

Spurs have also recently applied to Haringey Council to expand the range of non-football events hosted at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, a strategic move that could enhance the club’s financial prospects in the coming years.

Daniel Levy is set to capitalise on the recent successes and propel the club to greater heights, with ambitions to establish Tottenham as a powerhouse in European football.

Based on a recent report by Daily Mail’s Sami Mokbel, the English businessman is actively pursuing new investors for the club.

There has been genuine interest shown by potential suitors from across the Atlantic in the North London outfit.

The  report states that at least two US-based groups have expressed interest in acquiring a stake in Tottenham in recent months, having been made aware of the figures involved.

Since Ange Postecoglou’s appointment last summer, the Lilywhites have made significant strides on the footballing front. With this latest development regarding potential investment, they could further strengthen their position on the business front as well.


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