Twitter has come alive this morning as a rumour relating to Tottenham and a potential deal with Nike has emerged. Journalist & deputy sports editor at The Herald James Morgan has revealed that a “reliable source”has informed him that Spurs’ next kit deal could well be with Nike. “For my Spurs followers: heard from a pretty reliable source that the next kit deal will be with Nike.” Spurs are currently in a deal with Under Armour, which is set to run until 2017, but there is certainly a case to suggest that a new provider come into the mix then. A deal with such a major player in the sportswear world would surely be a positive step for Tottenham and could well be a real financial bonus for the club in the near future. With Spurs set to leave White Hart Lane for a new stadium in forthcoming years, excited Twitter users have also suggested that the American company could potentially get involved with the naming right of the club’s home ground. In modern football with financial competition off the pitch playing a key role in success on the field, having a partner such as Nike would be a real boost in Tottenham’s hopes of finishing in the top four on a regular basis and going head-to-head with English football’s most successful teams. What are your thoughts - would you like Nike to be Spurs’ next kit manufacturer?