Daniel Levy has addressed a number of issues in his latest meeting with the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust, including the new stadium, transfer dealings and player contracts.
It is often suggested the Spurs chairman is more concerned with financial matters than on-pitch success, but Levy was keen to emphasise that “success on the field was obviously important.”
He made it clear that “the stadium issues had no bearing on transfer dealings.” Levy has always been one to keep costs down when it comes to recruitment, so his verdict is not exactly a surprise.
Levy went on to reveal that “no player would be sold who they didn’t want to sell for non-footballing reasons.”
He added: “All players were under contracts, contracts they were happy to sign at the time. They would be expected to honour those contracts.”
It sounds like Levy is keen for consistency during what is sure to be a bumpy couple of seasons adapting to two new stadiums.
You can read the full minutes from the Trust’s meeting here.