Tottenham Hotspur may not be spending the big money right now – let's face it, it will happen this summer – but it seems they are bringing the finances to their knees.

According to a report by The Sun, Daniel Levy Spurs has made more money by leasing his state-of-the-art training complex to some of the world's biggest football teams – after beating the St. George's squad that the England team currently has used.

The cost of the stadium and training facilities cost us a nice penny, but the club benefits and it could prove to be an important source of revenue over the years as other countries may be involved in a bidding war to use them.

What does that mean for us as an association? Well, Mauricio Pochettino * could * have more money available for his transfer goals, which could put us in a better position to compete for some of the big names in football.

These thoughts may be just a little hopeful. Levy may want to use the money to reinvest in other areas of the club, rather than adding to the existing transfer budget he has already provided to the Argentine this summer and in the future.

All in all, it is definitely not a bad position for us to be financially strong, and it will certainly provide us with an additional source of income for years to come, to take a solid position as soon as he decides to loosen the purse strings a bit.