Tottenham are in talks over a naming rights deal for their new stadium.
The Times says they are discussing a £150million six-year deal with Qatar Investment Authority for the naming of their new stadium.
Spurs are currently having their new stadium built up with the 2018-19 season being their expected opening date.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is splashing around £400million to get a new home of 61,000 seats and he is looking for a main sponsor.
It is reported that the Qatar Investment Authority will probably terminate their partnership with Barcelona and the Camp Nou next summer.