NFL delivers Spurs new £10m financial blow

Jose Mourinho at 57

Tottenham Hotspurs face a heavy financial blow with the NFL to cancel their planned London games.

Jose Mourinho agreed to take charge at Liverpool in 2004 before Chelsea hijacked the deal

The Sun of UK says Spurs ace a further £10million cash blow with NFL chiefs set to cancel this year’s four “London Games”.

Spurs had capacity 60,000-plus crowds for their first two games on the sunken artificial pitch at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with gridiron bosses hailing the spectacular new venue.

But NFL bosses are understood to have now decided that the four matches slated for London, plus one set to be played in Mexico City, will now stay on US soil as a result of the coronavirus crisis.

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It will make 2020 the first year since 2006 that has not featured an NFL game in London.

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