Todd Kline – the man Tottenham brought in to land a naming rights sponsor for their stadium – has resigned.
The American was brought to the club in 2021 with high hopes of bringing in a lucrative partner. However, close to three years on, a deal remains elusive and Mail Sport understands he has now stepped down from the role of chief commercial officer.
In 2016 Kline was key to an 18-year naming rights for the Dolphins stadium in Miami which saw entertainment venue Hard Rock shell out a reported £180m.
But his time in north London has seen a substantial turnover within his department with many long-serving and well-liked members of staff leaving the club.
And with the stadium still without a sponsor, it has appeared for some time that the writing was on the wall.Read on m.allfootballapp.com