Tottenham Hotspur have an exciting, state-of-the-art, brand-new stadium in their near future, but unfortunately the club have been saying that for a while.
The ground was originally supposed to open against Liverpool on September 15, but delay after delay has seen this grand opening pushed back well into the new year.
No set date has been confirmed by the club as of yet, but they still hope to move in at some point this season.
However, has Tottenham’s recent form thrown a spanner into the works?
After an impressive Christmas run, along with an equally dire few games from Man City, Tottenham now find themselves second in the table.
Somehow Spurs have forced their name into what was thought to be a two horse race for the title, and now Daniel Levy is worried a move may disrupt this scintillating form.
Pochettino revealed in his press conference that the chairman has asked him about this issue.
Poch said (Football London): “I told Daniel when he asked me, but you know he is so worried about such things. I am the opposite. To play in your own stadium is the best thing that can happen in your life.
“The moment the new stadium is ready, if it is my decision, my decision is to move quickly. I am so happy in Wembley, I am so proud and for me it is a joy to play every time we can at Wembley because for me it is one of the best stadiums in the world.
“But in the moment our new stadium will be ready to play, my opinion is to move quickly because when you start to play in your own stadium it is completely different. If it depends on me, I want to move as soon as possible.”
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