Tottenham are reportedly working on plans to open 4,000 seats for only their highest-paying fans.
According to The Telegraph, club chairman Daniel Levy believes Tottenham could accommodate 4,000 fans in the club’s most expensive seats while successfully maintaining social distancing rules and would adhere to coronavirus regulations
The report also states it is unclear who would take the spots with the north London club having 9,000 corporate and hospitality members in total.
It is believed that opening up the seats at Tottenham’s 62,000-seater stadium, which cost more than £1 billion to build, could make Tottenham £1.5m.
“For the club’s highest-paying fans.” How sad and utterly grim. https://t.co/wlEsOPH88T
— Sam Pilger (@sampilger) September 5, 2020
Levy reportedly wants to use the Premier League game against Everton as a test to see how they can slowly phase in the return of supporters.