Spurs have applied for planning permission to devleop a site adjacent to their existing White Hart Lane home and build a 58,000-seat stadium. The development would also include 450 new homes, offices, a 150-bedroom hotel and a supermarket.
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"The critical part of that financing is finding a sponsor and we have identified the Middle East and the Far East as most likely to deliver that partner."
The club's present shirt sponsorship deal with internet casino firm Mansion expires next year and it is possible Tottenham could follow in the footsteps of Arsenal, who signed a combined deal with the Emirates airline, in 2006, for the naming rights of the Arsenal stadium and shirt sponsorship.
It is possible that any agreement could involve a "gift in kind", such as assistance with the building of the stadium, the cost of which is said to be around £390 million.