Figures show Tottenham chairman to be one of the top earning executives in the Premier League, earning substantially more than West Ham's Karren Brady, but less than Arsenal and Manchester United counterpart.
The Mail has published figures comparing how much executives at Premier League clubs earn.
Dubbing them 'suits', the Mail reveal that Manchester United' Ed Woodward takes home a whopping £2.5 million per year.
Daniel Levy of Tottenham is among the highest earners, with the difference over London rivals West Ham's vice-president Karren Brady a significant one.
The report shows Levy to earn £2.17 million per year, narrowly below Arsenal's Ivan Gazidis who is paid £2.3 million.
West Ham's top earner Karren Brady is paid £646,000 by comparison, and is now the top female earner after Margaret Byrne resigned from her £663,000 per year salary from Sunderland.
Leicester City's top paid director is unnamed, but their accounts show the league leaders' top salary paid is just £145,000 per year.
By contrast Aston Villa, who sit bottom of the league, pay chief executive Tom Fox a salary of £1.25 million.
The Premier League recently approved a cap on away tickets at £30, in response to supporter criticism about high prices.