Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has said that he is open to selling a stake in the club.
In a complex ownership structure Tottenham are 87 per cent owned by ENIC Sports, of which 29.9 per cent of those shares belong to Levy, with the remaining 70 per cent owned by members of the Lewis Family Trust.
However, Spurs, however, only have a solitary trophy - the 2008 League Cup - under the ENIC regime leading to criticism from supporters.
And while Levy insists he has no desire to leave the club, he claimed he would do what is 'right' for Spurs should a good enough offer be made for the Premier League outfit.
The 61-year-old told Bloomberg: 'I've got no real interest to leave Tottenham, but I have a duty to consider anything that anyone may want to propose. It's not about me, it's about what's right for the club.
'We run this club as if it's a public company. If anyone wants to make a serious proposition to the board of Tottenham we would consider it, along with our advisers, and if we felt it was in the interests of the club we would be open to anything.
'If we get the right naming rights partner — and when I say that, I mean somebody who pays the right money in the right sector — then we are willing to consider doing it. But we're not as tied to doing it now as perhaps we would've been when we first looked at building the stadium.
'We're very much a club that believes in the academy producing players that can become hopefully superstars at Tottenham. We're not a club that can buy success. That's the reality and we have to understand that. And we needed a manager who was completely aligned with our philosophy.'
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