Tottenham owner Daniel Levy is rather well known for his notorious reputation of pulling off lucrative business deals. The Spurs chairman has been shown to be a handful when it comes to business negotiations as shown by forcing Real Madrid into paying a then world record transfer fee for winger Gareth Bale back in 2013.
The British businessman showed again that he has lost none of that business nous with Spurs set to make a profit of over £3 million through the sale of the cranes used in building the new stadium.
The North London club had splashed over £6 million on seven giant steel cranes last year. But an acute shortage of the cranes coupled with rising steel prices mean that the club stand to make a huge profit when the cranes are sold after the completion of the new stadium.