Despite a strong start to the Premier League season, Tottenham Hotspur Chairman, Daniel Levy told Bloomberg that he would consider selling a stake in the club. 

Levy revealed to Bloomberg that during his tenure he has aimed to run Tottenham as if the club was a public company, with the club moving as a privately owned company in 2012. 

He added that ‘if anyone wants to make a serious proposition to the board of Tottenham, we would consider it and if we felt it was in the best interest of the club, we would consider anything’. 

The longstanding Spurs Chairman also detailed that previous offers have come from all parts of the world including the Far East, the Middle East and America. 

Nonetheless, he stated his belief that thus far nothing has been put on the table that has been in the interest of shareholders. 

In terms of a new owner, Levy emphasised that they would have to continue investment in the club and have ambitions of progressing the club to the next level. 

Despite Levy’s openness of selling a stake in the club, its majority owner, Joe Lewis, was charged by US Attorney Damian Williams for alleged insider trading ‘as a way to compensate his employees’. 

Lewis has pleaded not guilty to the charges placed against him. 

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