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Tottenham’s new stadium will not open at least till the end of October, according to the Telegraph.

We were expected to host Liverpool on 15th September at our new home. However, the Premier League clash has been moved to Wembley.

There are more concerns as the fixture against Manchester City towards the end of October is yet to be confirmed.

The report further adds that Spurs have not confirmed if the stadium will be ready by November and Daniel Levy was quoted by the Telegraph while asking for patience from the fans.

“We know this will be disappointing for all our season tickets holders, premium members and our fans worldwide.

“At the start of the project we asked for your support during what we knew would be a complex and challenging build and now we ask for your continued patience and forbearance.”

A release from the club (h/t Telegraph) also added that the two test events would have to be reviewed to create a timetable.

“We are reviewing the situation and planned timetable to rectify and re-test, after which we shall be in a better position to outline a revised timetable.

“The delays created by these difficulties mean that we can no longer hold the necessary test events. These will need to be rescheduled to take place ahead of any first official match at the new stadium in order to achieve the safety licence.”

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The report further adds that Tottenham have had to activate a costly clause to return to playing in Wembley. Prior to this, Tottenham had already agreed to play their first home game of the season against Fulham at the stadium.

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Juan Foyth names former Manchester United star as his idol while growing up

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Juan Foyth celebrates with his Tottenham teammates

Juan Foyth scored the winner in Tottenham’s game against Crystal Palace on Saturday. The youngster has been drafted into the Spurs first-team due to the injuries to Davinson Sanchez and Jan Vertonghen.

Despite a lack of Premier League minutes, the Argentine did well against Wolverhampton Wanderers but he gave away a couple of penalties.

The youngster was much better in the game against the Eagles and recently claimed an ex-Premier League defender was his choice when playing with friends.

The 20-year-old was quoted by the Mirror as saying:

“My idol when I was young was Kaka, but playing with friends, I always played centre-back and I’d say, ‘I’m Rio Ferdinand’. But I don’t know why.

“I was young, but I know he was an amazing centre-back. I’d play PlayStation and when I’d play with friends I’d say ‘I’m Rio Ferdinand’, but I don’t remember the games.”

The former Leeds United and Manchester United defender was one of the best during his playing days, and the Englishman won almost everything there is in club football.

Foyth has had a great start to his Premier League career with Tottenham, but the youngster has a long way to go before he can emulate the former defender.

For now, the former Estudiantes player’s stock is on the rise, and playing in the Premier League certainly is a big deal for the 20-year-old.

“Since when I was a kid, my dream was playing in the Premier League, so I’m enjoying it.”

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Tottenham head into the international break with a spot firmly placed in the top four. Our next game is a huge clash against Chelsea at Wembley, and it will be interesting to see who plays in our defence on 24 November.

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Tottenham set to receive transfer blow as Juventus steals a march for 19-year-old rising star

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Matthijs de Ligt

Matthijs de Ligt

Tottenham face a huge task in signing Matthijs de Ligt as Juventus want Mino Raiola, the player’s agent, to discuss a possible transfer with the club director Fabio Paratici, according to Calciomercato (h/t Football.london).

De Ligt is one of the highest rated players current in Ajax and has been linked with Tottenham, as per the report.

Manchester City and Barcelona are also interested in the 19-year-old. The Italian report adds that De Ligt has accepted an invitation from the Serie A giants to visit the club too.

Barcelona are willing to battle for the 19-year-old and even €50million would not be enough to prise the rising star away from Ajax (h/t Calciomercato).

Tottenham could count on their relationship with Ajax regarding players signed in recent years. Christian Eriksen, Davinson Sanchez and Jan Vertonghen all joined Spurs from the Dutch giants, while Toby Alderweireld is a former Ajax player too.

Of course, it would be difficult to get into a bidding war with the two European giants. However, playing under one of the brightest managers in football could have its own benefits for a player like De Ligt.

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Juan Foyth and Sanchez have gotten better under the management of Mauricio Pochettino. Hopefully, this factor and playing in possibly the toughest league in the world can sway De Ligt’s transfer to our direction.

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“It is strange that Daniel asked for details like this” – Mauricio Pochettino surprised about his inputs for new stadium

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Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has claimed that Daniel Levy asked the Argentine about some design elements as our new stadium is being constructed.

Spurs expected to play at the new ground in September, however, the stadium has been hit by many delays and we are unsure when it will be ready for use.

Pochettino has seen Spurs start the Premier League season well and we are five points behind leaders Manchester City after 12 games.

The Argentine was quoted by the Mirror about Levy asking him for some inputs related to the stadium:

“It is strange that Daniel asked for some details like this because he is the architect and he loves this kind of thing.

“But yes, he asked, because we are the professionals and afterwards we are going to be using those different things at the stadium.”

Daniel Levy

Daniel Levy

Spurs were recently given clearance to play at Wembley till the end of the current campaign, should the stadium not be ready before the 2019-20 season, as per the Mirror.

We played all our home games at Wembley last season, and the new stadium certainly is taking much longer than expected to be completed.

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Tottenham will have one of the best grounds in football once our new home is ready. Hopefully, Pochettino can lead us to a few titles once the venue is open.

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