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Daniel Levy doesn’t want proposed £600million Wembley sale to go through

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Daniel Levy

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is against the idea of selling Wembley to Fulham owner Shahid Khan, according to Daily Mail.

The Fulham and Jacksonville Jaguars owner wants to purchase the stadium from the FA for £600million (h/t Daily Mail), however, Levy is opposed to the move.

The report claims that the minutes of a meeting held with the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust highlighted Levy’s opposition to the deal.

Levy was further recorded claiming that if Khan potentially purchased Wembley, it would not affect Tottenham’s NFL plans. However, he was still against the deal.

Spurs will host two NFL games per season once our new home is complete and Wembley will also be hosting matches, as per the report.

Tottenham’s stadium was expected to be complete by 15th September but the club have had to deal with numerous delays. There is no confirmed date for the stadium’s completion, however, Mauricio Pochettino claimed we could be playing at the new ground before Christmas.

Spurs have played all their Premier League and Champions League home games at Wembley. We also played a Carabao Cup game against Watford at Stadium MK due to the unavailability of Wembley.

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Spurs could face Burnley in their new home opener, provided we can get the stadium up and ready by 15th December.

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