Tottenham has obtained from the Bank of England £175 million to help ease the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Spikes estimates they will lose £200 m in the period up to June 2021 because of being unable to have matches with fans attending their new stadium.
Many brandishing and cultural activities that were expected to be held at the scene have been deferred as well as their games being affected.
Many wearing and cultural activities that were expected to be held at the scene have been delayed as well as their games being affected.
Two NFL fixtures, Anthony Joshua’s world heavyweight championship fight against Kubrat Pulev and a Lady Gaga show were among the canceled occasions at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Prods also have a rebate to be paid to broadcasters after a quarter of a year with no action from the Premier League. The £175 m in subsidizing was acquired through a COVID Corporate Financing Facility for which Tottenham was qualified. It’s repayable at a 0.5 percent loan fee.
Manager Jose Mourinho said earlier that Tottenham is “not going to waste cash streams” on transfers and that such assets won’t be utilized to sign new players, however instead to give financial stability.
In April, Tottenham switched their choice to utilize the leave of absence arrangement of the legislature amid a fan uproar.
Prods originally planned to utilize the plan for 550 non-playing representatives during the Covid-19 emergency, anyway after the choice was upset, Spurs concluded that all laborers affected would get full pay in April and May, with just individuals from the board – including Levy – taking monetary cuts.