Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester City and Everton would be among major beneficiaries of a stadium development fund under ‘Project Big Picture’ proposals.
Spurs would be entitled to a £125m rebate on their modern £1billion stadium which opened in 2019.
And Liverpool could get £30m back on their recently-renovated main stand at Anfield under the controversial proposals.
Tottenham would be entitled to £125million of the £1billion cost of their stadium back under the latest proposals of the controversial ‘Project Big Picture’
Liverpool would also be able to claim money back for work on their main stand at Anfield
The Daily Telegraph report that a clause in the latest iteration of the ‘Project Big Picture’ plans allows leading Premier League clubs to claim major subsidies for stadium improvements.
The ‘infrastructure funds’ section would see Premier League clubs set aside £150m per year from central funds for this purpose.
Clubs would be entitled to claim up to £250m of subsidies in what are being termed ‘assistance payments’ towards improving existing stands or even building a new ground.
The only caveat is that they have been a Premier League club for 12 of the…