It is set to be a big season for Tottenham Hotspur next campaign, after already enjoying a largely successful one this time around.
Tottenham are currently just five points off the League leaders Man City and Liverpool, as well as having one foot in the quarter finals of the Champions League after beating Borussia Dortmund 3-0.
However, the club have yet to move into their new 62,062 seater stadium, and next season will represent their first full campaign at the ground.
This should include Champions League too, providing Spurs don’t let a monumental lead slip over their top four rivals.
Fans will be hoping for their club to break their barren transfer run too, as Spurs have gone over a year without bringing in a new face.
The Premier League today confirmed a detail for the 2019/20 season that could affect when transfers are made, as the League is set to kick off on August 10, with deadline day on the 8th.
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) 21 February 2019
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