Tottenham Hotspur to secure AIA shirt deal for all competitions?

Tottenham Hotspur reportedly secure a new AIA shirt sponsorship deal for all competitions from next season.

Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly agreed a new shirt sponsorship deal with Hong Kong-based insurance firm AIA.

The North London club already have a contract with AIA for the sponsorship of their shirts in cup competitions, while Hewlett Packard currently take the spot in the Premier League.

However, it is understood that AIA will become the club's main sponsor next season in a deal worth in the region of £12m per year, according to the Daily Mail.

Reports have claimed that chairman Daniel Levy secured the deal himself, despite agency Essentially being initially brought in by Spurs to handle sponsorship matters.

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