Tottenham is reported to be in talks with Google over the naming rights of their stadium, White Hart Lane as confirmed by Sports journalist David Ornstein.
It will definitely be a deal worth looking at as it marks three and a half years since Tottenham moved in their £1billion state-of-the-art stadium.
Over the years, the club has hinted at a possibility of securing the stadium’s naming rights if the right club comes with the right amount of money.
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According to Ornstein, both Tottenham and Google are in positive talks over the naming rights of the 62,850 capacity stadium which played host to an NFL match between the New York Giants and Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
Even though the club has bagged a number of lucrative deals with shirt sponsor’s AIA, kit supplier Nike, and a sleeve partnership with Cinch, a deal with Google will further strengthen their financials.