The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium cost the north London club around £1 billion and was officially opened against Crystal Palace on April 3.
The state of the art development features a retractable pitch, with a sunken artificial playing surface so it can host two NFL games each season.
It is the second largest club stadium in English football with a capacity of 62,062.
However, the project led to the club announcing a five-year bank financing arrangement which includes a £400 million bank facility in May 2017.
They would extend that by a further £237 million in October 2018 to cover the unpredicted and constantly rising costs of the new ground.
MailOnline is reporting that Christian Eriksen might be the solution to Spurs’ financial problems.
European heavy-weights such as Real Madrid and Barcelona seem to be interested in the star playmaker, as Tottenham consider measures to ease the debt burden.
In addition, the Lilywhites manager Mauricio Pochettino is said to already be considering a drastic overhaul of his squad with players like Eriksen, Toby Alderweireld and Kieran Trippier among those potentially on their way out.
Eriksen joined the north London club from Ajax in 2013. Since then, he has made 266 appearances and netted 64 goals.
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