Spurs ‘in talks with investors’, says Daniel Levy after £86.8m loss

Rising first-team costs cut into Tottenham’s increased revenueChairman says ‘consistent European participation’ is vital

Tottenham are “in discussions with prospective investors” in an effort to “capitalise on our long-term potential”, the chairman, Daniel Levy, has revealed after the north London club posted an overall loss despite an increase in revenue.

The Premier League club’s total revenue for the financial year to 30 June 2023 exceeded half a billion pounds for the first time, with the figure of £549.6m a significant increase on £444m for the previous year.

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