Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy could be “open” to selling his stake if it was in the perfect curiosity of the membership.
Levy runs the membership on behalf of majority shareholder ENIC, who personal 86.58%, performing as chairman since 2001.
Tottenham followers known as for Levy to step down final season after disappointing performances.
“I’ve received no actual curiosity to go away Tottenham, however I’ve an obligation to contemplate something that anybody might want to suggest,” Levy advised Bloomberg.
“It’s not about me, it is about what’s proper for the membership. We have 30,000 shareholders who personal roughly 13.5 per cent. We run this membership as if it’s a public firm.”
The temper at Tottenham has lifted this season following the appointment of Ange Postecoglou in the summertime, however points off the sector proceed to hold Levy below the highlight.
Fans protested earlier than final month’s win over Manchester United due to the membership’s resolution to improve match day ticket costs for 2023-24.
Meanwhile, Joe Lewis – Tottenham proprietor till October when he ceased to be “an individual with important management” and the membership shares have been handed over to his household belief – was indicted on costs of insider buying and selling in America in July, though he pleaded not guilty.
Spurs are unbeaten after 5 video games – successful 4 and drawing one – and sit second within the Premier League.
Levy admitted earlier this week that the membership made “mistakes” in appointing “trophy managers” Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte.
The 61-year-old confirmed that a number of events have beforehand expressed an curiosity within the membership, particularly since they moved into a brand new 62,850-seater stadium in 2019.
“If anybody needs to make severe propositions to the board of Tottenham, we’ll contemplate it together with our advisors. And if we felt it was within the pursuits of the membership, we might be open to something,” Levy stated.