By Ollie Irish
According to the Mail, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is struggling to secure a new shirt sponsor for the mighty Spurs.
The deal with Spurs’ current sponsor runs out at the end of the 2009-10 season, and in the current economic climate, there’s a shortage of companies willing to match the £8.5m Mansion shelled out a couple of years ago.
The Mail reports: “Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will have to reduce radically his ambition to find a £10million-a-year shirt sponsor for next season in a crowded market – with Premier League rivals Sunderland, Fulham and Aston Villa also looking for more realistically priced backing.”
From an aesthetic point of view, I’d love it if Spurs had no ugly logo on their shirt next season. Financially speaking though, obviously it would suck to lose out on the £££s. Such is modern football.
So which company would you like to see emblazoned on the chest of the Spurs shirt? Let’s ‘ave it…