. . . The deal calls for the Las Vegas team to pay one of the highest rents of any MLS team in America out of its profits. Without those rents, the City won’t have enough money to make the loan payments. Therefore, if the MLS team can’t make the high rent, city Taxpayers will have to come out of pocket to make it good. That’s in addition to carving $3-million a year from the City’s parks budget and devoting it to additional loan payments.