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As per a report from The Guardian, Tottenham Hotspur seem to be drowning in the rising costs of the new stadium. Ever since the ambitious project was announced, the excitement has been palpable among scores of Spurs fans across the world.

However, we might struggle to keep up with the increase in costs. In fact, The Guardian claims that we might have to offload some key players to raise funds for potential transfers this summer.

Although the venture kicked off with a ballpark figure of £400m, it kept rising and has now reached a whopping £850m. What makes the situation worrisome is the fact that we are far from completion. Although the work is progressing smoothly and swiftly, it will still take time before everything is done.

It is safe to say that we are likely to incur more costs in that period, which could take the overall sum close to a billion.

One might argue that the stadium is being built with a view to it being one of the best in the continent, which will, in turn, raise revenue in the long run. However, if we fail to keep a check on the costs right now, Tottenham will face quite a few issues in the near future.

Winning trophies will be a priority for us and for that to happen, we need reinforcements in several areas. But at the same time, it will be important for us to keep a check on our bills for the new stadium. While it has to be of top quality, the club must also keep their financial capabilities in mind.

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[Video] This latest aerial video of Tottenham’s $1bn new stadium is absolutely wonderful

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YouTuber Mr AV (h/t Football.London) has posted a new high-definition video of our club’s stunning new $1bn stadium. The footage provides us with a clear picture of how much work has been done in terms of the construction.

The video also showed the soon-to-be-opened club megastore and the Tottenham Museum. The aerial footage of the new stadium was wonderful as it also showed the overall structure of the stadium and the single-tier 17,500-seater south stand. The video also shows the area where the giant golden cockerel will sit above that stand.

It is not known as to when the stadium would be available for use but it looks like the construction is progressing at a reasonable rate.

It was indeed a disappointment when it was decided by the club hierarchy that we would be playing our home games at Wembley this season but that would all change when the stadium is unveiled officially. The construction has taken quite a bit of time and it will be an exciting phase when the work is completed.

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The new stadium would surely serve as a boost to the entire club and it would wipe out any negativity surrounding Tottenham. The club too have been keeping us updated on the progress regarding the stadium and we’ll have to wait to see what the club say next regarding the completion of the stadium work.

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“Shushing the racists, hands down”: Some Tottenham fans relive the memories as club shares a video of wonder goals against West Ham

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Tottenham are set to face West Ham on Saturday and the club shared a video featuring some of the best goals we have scored against the Hammers in the past.

The video featured some memorable and stunning strikes from the likes of Gareth Bale, Son Heung-min, Jermain Defoe and Dimitar Berbatov.

Tottenham’s past 8 meetings with West Ham has seen 28 goals being scored, at an average of 3.5 per game, hence, it is logical that the club has shared a video of some great goals from the past. The game on Saturday presents us with a chance to keep the pressure on the teams above us and we shouldn’t drop points.

The video was a trip down the memory lane and the fans had a say on it. The Tottenham faithful reacted to the video on Twitter and a lot of them had some nice things to say.

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Winks and Dier in midfield? – Predicted 4-2-3-1 Tottenham line-up to face West Ham

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Predicted Tottenham line-up to face West Ham in the Premier League

Tottenham face a tough task as they return from the international break. Spurs play West Ham at the London Stadium in a derby and have a number of injury concerns.

Jan Vertonghen has a hamstring injury while the likes of Dele Alli and Danny Rose are out injured too. Spurs have done well in the Premier League despite a couple of defeats. We are just two points behind the league leaders and a win on Saturday would keep the pressure at the top of the table.

Mauricio Pochettino has to be smart with his team selection given our injury concerns.

Probable Tottenham XI

Formation: 4-2-3-1

Manager: Mauricio Pochettino

Hugo Lloris (GK)

The France international should play this derby. Lloris hasn’t been at his best this season but a run of games should help him.

Kieran Trippier (RB)

The English defender is another player who seems to be suffering from a long World Cup, however, he should remain in the starting XI.

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Toby Alderweireld

Davinson Sanchez (CB)

Sanchez should start for us given Vertonghen’s hamstring injury and the Colombian has looked in decent touch this season.

Toby Alderweireld (CB)

The Belgian has to have a good game as he would be up against the in-form Marko Arnautovic.

Ben Davies (LB)

The Welsh left-back should start for us with Danny Rose out injured.

Harry Winks (CM)

Winks did play recently for England and should get a look into the team as we still have a few players out.

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Eric Dier

Eric Dier (CM)

Dier had a great showing against Spain but hasn’t done all that well when playing for Spurs this season. The Englishman needs a good game and let’s hope it’s on Saturday.

Son Heung-min (LAM)

The South Korean is an automatic selection when fit as he is one of the best players in the Premier League.

Lucas Moura (CAM)

Moura started the season well but has petered down a bit in recent weeks. Nevertheless, the Brazilian should start for the Lilywhites at the London Stadium.

Erik Lamela (RAM)

The Argentine has been excellent for Spurs this season and could be one of the keys to all three points on Saturday.

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Harry Kane (ST)

Kane was in brilliant form for England and should start against the Hammers.

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