'He's very clever, isn't he?' - Exclusive: Major Levy reported plan Wows ex-pro

Tottenham securing a naming rights deal worth £250million over 10 years would be “absolutely fantastic” business from chairman Daniel Levy, according to Noel Whelan.

The former Leeds United striker, speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, has heralded the Spur chief’s leadership, particularly when it comes to the club’s new stadium.

The Daily Mail report that Levy is looking to agree a £25million-a-year deal over the next decade for the naming rights at their new home ground, with technology giants Amazon emerging as a potential candidate.

Whelan insists such a deal would be a major bit of business for Spurs and that Levy has shown excellent foresight to put the club in a strong position.

Whelan told Football Insider: “He’s a very clever businessman, isn’t he? He’s got a lot going for him with the new stadium now, we’ve already seen the figures that have come out.

“He’s looked into the future and knew that it would generate more money and it would be paid off in a certain space of time. 

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“That sort of money would be absolutely fantastic. You’ve also got a prize asset in Harry Kane demanding £200million. There’s a lot for Daniel Levy to be rubbing his hands over.”

Tottenham’s financial results, posted in March, revealed the club make a post-tax profit of £68.6million for the year ending June 2019.

With the Premier League currently suspended, the Lilywhites sit eighth in the top-flight table.

In other Tottenham news, the club have been tipped to be “frontrunners” for a “brilliant signing” from a Premier League rival.