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How Lady Gaga could help Tottenham finally land a £250m stadium deal as big US companies orbit each other

SPURS fans have enjoyed a week of good news as the Champions League qualifies and owner Enic receives a £150million financial injection.

And the club is set for another boost as the growing success of its 63,000-capacity house increases the likelihood of a profitable naming rights deal.

Lady Gaga is set to perform at Tottenham Stadium this summer

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Lady Gaga is set to perform at Tottenham Stadium this summerPhoto credit: Getty
Spurs supremo Daniel Levy should soon have many parties interested in the naming rights for his stadium

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Spurs supremo Daniel Levy should soon have many parties interested in the naming rights for his stadiumCredit: PA

Chairman Daniel Levy has sought a £250million pre-agreement to boost Tottenham’s revenue streams, with big US companies saying they are the most likely to be lured on board.

And with Spurs now benefiting from their first full year of football revenue plus two NFL games, boxing, Saracens rugby union, this weekend’s Rugby League Challenge Cup final and summer concerts from Guns N’ Roses and Lady Gaga, it seems likely that bidders will appear.

net zero? For Fifa it could be net zero-one.

The ZURCHER bigwigs have announced this year’s Qatar World Cup as the first climate-neutral global tournament.

But Carbon Market Watch says Fifa’s arguments were based on “creative accounting” and called the proposal “an own goal”.

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They said: “This claim seems far-fetched. The emissions associated with the construction of permanent new stadiums could be underestimated by a factor of eight.

“The quality and environmental integrity of the announced carbon credits is questionable and projects are very unlikely to generate credits that offset the emissions.”

weighty topic

WEIGHTLIFT has been warned it will be ahead of the Paris Olympics – ahead of the elections to head the world governing body

Candidates from Russia, Thailand and Egypt will be banned from running next month because their countries have had six or more doping violations since 2016.

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Russian Maxim Agapitov has appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport to be reinstated.

In a letter to the International Weightlifting Federation, IOC Sport Director Kit McConnell warns: “This electoral convention is a critical opportunity for real change and a new culture.

“The IOC will continue to monitor the situation closely. The results will be taken into account in the review for a possible inclusion of weightlifting in the Paris 2024 program.”

money maker

THIS summer’s Women’s Euros will be worth around £54m for the nine host cities.

FA bosses say they aim to sell 500,000 tickets for the tournament, which begins July 6 at Old Trafford.

Auditors EY appreciate the massive economic stroke of luck of 96,000 visitors from overseas.

FA Women’s Football Director Dame Sue Campbell said: “We want to deliver a record-breaking tournament and leave a tangible legacy. I am confident that we can do both.”

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Aila Slisco

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