Simon Jordan has claimed that neither Tottenham Hotspur nor Arsenal are good enough teams to finish in the top four of the Premier League under normal circumstances.

Spurs are on the brink of sealing their place in the Champions League following Arsenal’s loss at St James’ Park on Monday, which has left the Lilywhites needing just a point at Carrow Road on the final day of the season.

Antonio Conte has himself previously alluded to the fact that a fourth-place finish would be an overachievement, given where Spurs were when he arrived and the quality that Manchester United have in their squad (Football.London).

Jordan agreed with the Spurs boss’ take, insisting that the current Tottenham and Arsenal teams are both too inconsistent to have qualified for the Champions League in previous seasons.

Watch what the former Crystal Palace owner said on talkSPORT below:

Spurs Web Opinion

Spurs will finish on 71 points if they beat Norwich in the final day of the season, which is about the average of what the fourth-placed team usually gets in the Premier League.

Besides, when factoring in that our season essentially started in November, there is no doubt that Spurs under Conte have been more deserving of fourth place than the likes of Arsenal, West Ham and Man Utd.

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