Tottenham are hoping to move into the new 62,062 capacity stadium in time for their next match against Brighton on April 7th. Pochettino also said after Spurs’ Champions League tie against Dortmund that he is hopeful the club will play their quarterfinal clash at their new ground.
It was revealed by Richard Keys in the football show that he hosts on beIN SPORTS, that the new stadium will be called the ‘Nike Stadium’. Keys also said that a UEFA inspection was on-going at the new stadium to see if the ground can host Tottenham’s quarterfinal tie.
However, the tweet from beIN Sports was taken down shortly after it was posted.
So it’s the Nike stadium allways white hart lane pic.twitter.com/u9Lri5UqZ5
— Stephen Barley (@StephenBarley1) March 8, 2019
The Daily Mail claim that Spurs sources have told them that the rumours surrounding the speculation of Nike being the upcoming stadium sponsor is simply untrue.
It looks like Spurs fans will have to wait a while longer to hear from the club regarding a potential stadium naming rights partner.
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