Insider thrilled as Tottenham agree 'huge' new deal
Tottenham have pulled off a “great deal” after they announced a new sponsorship deal.
That is according to Spurs insider John Wenham, who regularly breaks news about the club on his Lilywhite Rose social media channels.
On 6 August, Tottenham announced a three-year partnership with “ultrafast grocery delivery” service Getir.
The brand’s logo features prominently on the club’s training shirts and joins Tottenham as a “global partner”.
Wenham did his own research into the company and was left impressed with what he discovered.
“Tottenham recently announced a shirt partnership with Getir,” Wenham told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
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“They are a bit like Uber Eats but deliver groceries on motorbikes. There are a lot of companies like them out there but Tottenham picked these guys for a reason.
“They are a Turkish company. I looked into it because I thought they were quite small-fry.
“They have huge global revenue turnover and profits, from the looks of it this is a great deal.
“The club have to be so careful with deals like this because there is a lot of competition out there.
“From looking into this one though, it looks like a great move which is great to see.
“Both Tottenham and Getir will benefit from this and that’s really the aim with these things.”
Tottenham have had a mixed season on the pitch with the club eighth in the Premier League.
They face newly-rich Newcastle United on Sunday at St James’ Park.