Daniel Levy has set a world record £25 million-a-year naming-rights price on Tottenham Hotspur's £1billion stadium, for which he has so far failed to find a buyer. The Spurs chairman confirmed he is not close to agreeing a naming-rights deal for the stadium that Tottenham moved into in April following a series of delays - one of which has been revealed to have been a revenge attack after one of the club's warehouses was turned into a cannabis factory. Telegraph Sport has been told that Levy wants a naming-rights deal worth £25m-a-year for a 15-year commitment, which would earn Tottenham £375m.