Nike are set to become Tottenham’s new kit suppliers, once the Lilywhites current contract with fellow American sportswear company Under Armour ends in 2018.

According to Charles Sale of the Daily Mail, the new contract with Nike could be worth upwards of £30 million per year, with the sportswear giant keen to re-establish themselves in the Premier League. Nike have recently lost the contracts of Manchester United and Arsenal and are currently only supplying one Premier League team, Manchester City.

Daniel Levy is keen to extract the maximize value possible from the deal with the Oregon based company, with Tottenham’s likely qualification for the Champions League meaning that Spurs could be looking for the same sort of deal that Chelsea currently has with Adidas and will subsequently be worth much more than the £10 million Under Armour currently pay Spurs.

Spurs have been with Under Armour since 2012, after the Lilywhites six year deal with Puma ended.