Tottenham ‘reaping rewards’ as new deal agreed

Tottenham are reaping the rewards of their Champions League appearance in 2022-23 thanks to UEFA’s latest trade deal.

This is the view of financial expert, Dr. Dan Plumley, speaking exclusively to Football Insider on European football’s governing body and its new contract with Football Manager.

UEFA announced on Monday (September 12) that its brand will feature in the 2023 iteration of the series of computer games due for release in November.

The game now has the right to incorporate fully licensed recreations of the Champions League, Europa League, Conference League and Super Cup.

Spurs sealed their place in the Champions League group stages on the final day of 2021-22.

Plumley explained that in addition to prize money, Londoners now generate passive income whenever UEFA secures a new sponsorship deal.

“For any UEFA central pot, if the money comes in, every club will win,” the Sheffield Hallam University expert said Football Insiders Adam Williams.

“It’s a happy by-product because you don’t have to do anything to access that money. Once you qualify for the Champions League or Europa League, you reap the rewards.

“That’s the value of it. It’s not just about prize money, but also about money in the central trading pot. Sporting success generates more financial success.

Tottenham beat Marseille 2-0 in their Champions League opener before losing by the same scoreline to Sporting.

Their next European clash is against Europa League champions Eintracht Frankfurt on October 4.

In other news, Gabby Agbonlahor “bewildered” as images of Heung-min Son emerge from Tottenham.

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