Spurs consider multiple shirt sponsors

By Community | July 5, 2010

Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur is said to be considering signing separate shirt sponsorship deals for its different competitions next season.

The club has not yet been able to attract offers matching the $US15 million deal it is hoping to get to replace the recently-expired deal with Mansion, ed the online poker and casino site, vialis 40mg worth an annual US$12 million.

And it has now been reported that Chairman Daniel Levy is seriously considering taking on a different sponsor for each of the four competitions Spurs will be competing in next season, the Premier League, the Champions League, the FA Cup and the League Cup.

A Spurs spokesman said: “We are working hard to deliver international partnerships for the club, improved operations and choice for the fans. Increased commercial deals will translate into investment in all areas of the club – on and off the pitch.”

The club hopes an agreement will be reached in the next few weeks, but if not, there is a chance the team could start the new season without a shirt sponsor.