I wonder if by the end of those eight years I'll have worked out what AIA actually is.
It's a fucking incredible deal! Outside of "our" Spurs bubble we have millions and millions less "fans" than Chavs, Woolwich and Liverpool, our reach is nowhere near theirs but here we are matching the revenue they get from their Shirt Sponsors!! Seriously this will cause Liverpool, Chavs and Woolwich to twitch and has now made their deals look outdated given their commercial reach (brand recognition) is substantially bigger than ours.Assume Levy is no mug but 40m for10 years is not good.
Better have some inflation busting growth in there.
40m a year in 2027 will be feck all.
Long deal at a good price at the moment. In 8 years it may be cheap but this is presumably about getting some of the money up front fir the stadium.
Cant see there not being break clauses / bonuses etc. in the deals.
I doubt we haven't learned from the nomads with this and get stuck with a below market long term deal.
Yes that's what we are both saying, there has to be a break clause or bonus in this deal otherwise it does not make sense.Worth noting that this deal replaces a much smaller deal hat had a few years to run.
So it MAY be that in another 4 or 5 years another deal will replace this one - at a higher price.
Agree. Apparently it is similar to the deals of Arse, Cheski and the Dippers, but i imagine the guaranteed income over such a long period was a defining factor given the stadium cost.Long deal at a good price at the moment. In 8 years it may be cheap but this is presumably about getting some of the money up front fir the stadium.
£320 Million? That's the stadium over spend sorted.And then what with the houses we are selling...Looks like we have just signed a new 8 year deal with AIA. Guess we'll have the bloody red logo for the foreseeable! What do people think?
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy says club will spend to improve squad after sealing £360m shirt sponsorship dealDaniel Levy has reassured Mauricio Pochettino that Tottenham Hotspur will finally splash the cash in the transfer market following the move to their new £1 billion stadium.www.telegraph.co.uk