The Top 20

There are six Premier League clubs in the top ten list of the world's most valuable clubs according to a list from Forbes.

The Top 20

That means Tottenham, being the sixth richest in the Premier League, Spurs are now the tenth most valuable club in the world.

Before fans get carried away and assume we can buy anyone simply by offering more money, let me remind you that players have a choice where they play football and many choose to go to one team leagues where qualifying for the Champions League is easier.

The Top 20 Richest Clubs

  1. Real Madrid
  2. Barcelona
  3. Manchester United
  4. Bayern Munich
  5. Arsenal
  6. Manchester City
  7. Chelsea
  8. Liverpool
  9. Juventus
  10. Tottenham Hotspur
  11. Borussia Dortmund
  12. AC Milan
  13. PSG
  14. Schalke 04
  15. Atletico Madrid
  16. Inter Milan
  17. West Ham United
  18. AS Roma
  19. Napoli
  20. Newcastle United
That is a testament to the work of Daniel Levy and demonstrates why the anti-Levy cluster are out of touch with modern day football. Sir Alex Ferguson maintained to have a successful club you have to have a successful business to underpin it.

With a new stadium on the horizon, an NFL tie-up and the probable future base for a London NFL franchise, plus the increase in sponsorship revenue soon to arrive, Champions League football, a squad who are in a position to compete for trophies regularly and a manager here for the long-term, everything is looking rosy for Tottenham fans.

We are on the cusp of moving to the next level, it will still take a few years yet, but the long-term planning is now starting to come to fruition. The beauty is that it is a sustainable model, it is not based on one individual pumping money in who could withdraw his interest at any time.

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