Google to Become Tottenham Stadium Name Sponsor?

Google are in talks with Tottenham chairman Levy over naming rights for the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, The Athletic report.



The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been open for three-and-a-half years, since 2019. Despite the club wanting to have a naming sponsor for it, they still have none.

Tottenham Are in "Meaningful Talks" With Google Over Naming Rights for Tottenham's Stadium




The Athletic report that there have been "meaningful talks" between Google and Spurs over a deal for the naming rights of the Tottenham Stadium. However, a deal seems anything but close.

No agreement with any company is close at this stageAccording to football.london (owned by Reach plc - Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror etc.), "no agreement with any company is close at this stage".

The big US companies Google, Nike, and Amazon are the companies that have been linked with Tottenham Hotspur Stadium naming rights deal.

It was rumored that Tottenham would want a deal worth around £250million for naming rights. football.london "understands the figure wanted by Levy and the club has always been much higher and in-keeping with some of the world's record deals".

Google, Nike, and Amazon were also linked to TottenhamThe record for the highest amount overall sum paid for naming rights is £654million for 20 years (Toronto Maple Leafs & Toronto Raptors - Scotiabank Arena - 2017).

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