Tottenham is eighth most valued club in the world as a report published by KPMG. It had phenomenal 2018-19 campaign, where they finished with third spot in Premier League and second spot on UEFA Champion League. Tottenham Hotspur was valued at $1.62 billion.
Tottenham Hotspur 2019-20
Tottenham Hotspur started the 2019-20 campaign in the worst possible way, had a change in management, after slipping to 14th position of the league. It is now settled at eighth position after climbing to fifth position for few days.
This has been discouraging for supporters who, saw their team finished third in the Premier League and second in the UEFA Champions League in previous season. But this They slipped in European cup cheaply and never looked a real contender in Champion League spot this year, despite installing Jose Mourinho as manager.
Spurs kept on losing people in regular interval. After their Mauricio Pocchetino got sacked, Christian Eriksen moved to Inter Milan. Hugo Lloris, Tanguy Ndombele, Eric Lamela, Harry Kane and Son were injured and away from the pitch for months. Thanks to the break due to COVID-19 pandemic, Spurs got time to get the whole team back, as Mourinho confirmed.
Tottenham Hotspur – Players Salary
|Player||Position||Age||Annual Salary (£)||Weekly Salary (£)|
|Giovani Lo Celso||M||22||3,640,000||70,000|
Total Spending – £81.978M ($66M)
Tottenham Hotspur – Team Value
|Team Value (A+B+C+D)||$1624M|
|Brand Value (A)||$137M|
|Match Day (B)||$310M|
Tottenham Hotspur is owned by Joe Lewis and Daniel Levy through ENIC Group. Long term, the owners pinned the team’s financial success on its $1.2 billion privately financed stadium, which Spurs moved into last year. Goldman Sachs, which led the financing of the stadium, predicted it was going to be a financial bonanza. Of course, such optimism was before the coronavirus hit.