Tottenham Hotspur have made money from a slightly different source and could spend it in the transfer market.
Tottenham Hotspur have come in for £11 million in revenue - but not from player sales, according to the London Evening Standard.
Indeed, the north London side have reportedly sold the site of the Brook House primary school to raise valuable funds.
The Standard report that the money could be used to aid the development of the club's new stadium - but that it will more than likely be spent on transfers.
Where do Spurs need to strengthen?
As significant as Tottenham's defensive issues were last season, their forays into the market so far have already seen to their back four. Kieran Trippier, Kevin Wimmer and Toby Alderweireld have added strength in depth as well as overall quality, so Mauricio Pochettino and Daniel Levy's attentions will likely turn to the final third.
Spurs are in need of a winger, with several already having moved to other clubs thus far this summer. But, like many of their rivals, what the north London side could really do with is another goalscorer up front to supplement Harry Kane.
Little has been done towards that end ahead of next season but, with several weeks of the transfer window left, Tottenham can now turn their attentions towards signing a new forward, especially with the help of their newfound profit.