Report: Premier League issues ultimatum to Daniel Levy

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham have had to continue playing their home matches at Wembley Stadium this season due to delays with the opening date of their new stadium. The Stadium was initially scheduled to open in September of last year but has faced repeated delays owing to issues with the circuitry system.

It was reported this week that Spurs might have played their final home game at Wembley as they are confident they can have the new stadium ready in time for the fixture against Brighton on April 7th. (Evening Standard)

If Brighton were to progress in the FA Cup, it is claimed that Spurs will be targetting the fixture against Huddersfield on the 13th of next month.

It has now been revealed that the Premier League have issued an ultimatum to Tottenham, insisting that if they don’t play their next home game at their new 62,062-capacity stadium, they will have to play all their remaining home games at Wembley.

A report from the Daily Mail claims that the Premier League want Spurs to play a minimum of 5 home games at Wembley, and since Spurs only have 5 home matches left in the season, they will have to have their new stadium ready in time for their next home game against either Brighton or Huddersfield.

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