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What is the plan at Spurs?


What is the long-term management plan of Joe Lewis, the majority owner of Enic, the company that owns Tottenham Hotspur, and of his representative on Earth, Daniel Levy?

In the longer run, they may want to sell the club. Champions League football would make Spurs a more attractive proposition, but so would a redeveloped stadium.

However, achieving that is far from straightforward. Spurs have been hawking round naming rights with a view to generating seed money for the work. However, this is before the final tranche of buildings blocking the development has been purchased. Unsurprisingly, there has been no real interest.