Tottenham takeover: Owners told now is the time, as 'intention' amid sale talk is revealed
The Tottenham owners have been told that the club is at “premium value” right now, and their “intention” around selling the club has been revealed.
Tottenham has been part-owned by chairman Daniel Levy since 2000. In 2007, the ENIC group, of which he owns a percentage, gained control of the club.
In that time, there have been some highs and lows both on and off the pitch. Spurs’ last trophy came in 2008, when they won the League Cup.
That they haven’t won a major trophy since is not a great sign. However, the north London outfit has battled at the top end of the Premier League table for much of that time, being seen as a ‘big-six’ club.
Their best league finish in that period was second, in the 2016/17 season. They also made it to the Champions League final in 2019, losing to Premier League rivals Liverpool.
Of late, things have looked to be on the up for Tottenham. The investment in a new stadium, which opened in 2019 – after first being planned in 2007 – was a big step.
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