Report: Coronavirus suspension adds extra pressure onto Tottenham Hotspur Stadium plans

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur are under increasing pressure to complete their remaining home games due to extra events having been booked in.

The Sun claim that the decision to postpone Premier League matches until at least April 4th could have a knock on effect for Daniel Levy.

Tottenham’s match against Manchester United which was expected to take place today along with the visit of West Ham United will both have to rescheduled as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

The new state of the art stadium in North London has a number of major events lined up over the coming months.

Rock legends Guns N’ Roses have two concert dates pencilled in for  May 29 and 30 while the venue is also set to host the Capital Summertime Ball is scheduled for June 6.

Anthony Joshua’s heavyweight boxing match against Kubrat Pulev has previously been confirmed for June 20 which adds even further burden on the club to try and complete their remaining home games.

An emergency meeting will be held on Thursday between Premier League clubs to discuss the fate of the season as a result of the pandemic (ESPN).

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