The Daily Mail have claimed that Spurs are in negotiations with Nike as the American sportswear giants look to become the club’s new kit manufacturer.
It’s thought that Daniel Levy is looking for a yearly fee in excess of the £30m a season deal that Chelsea have in place with Adidas and Arsenal hold with Puma, as he leverages Tottenham’s likely involvement in the Champions League.
The current manufacturers Under Armour pay £10m a year, with their contract expiring at the end of next season. It’s a figure dwarfed by Spurs’ London rivals and Manchester United’s £75m a year deal.
A mock up of a Tottenham kit by Nike is already doing the rounds. Do you fancy the side wearing this little number in 2017?