The Daily Mail reports that Tottenham’s new stadium will not be complete before the end of the season, however, the club could play games there.
The report adds that the club hope to inaugurate the stadium against Crystal Palace in March, but several issues need to be fixed. The Daily Mail quoted a source close to the stadium speaking about certain areas that need to be built:
“There are large areas that will simply not be finished in time.
“But if you can safely get fans in and out, provide toilets and food, the stadium could still host games before the end of the season, even while the finishing touches remain. The vast majority of the hospitality lounges are ready to go.”
Tottenham released a statement recently, claiming that they would be playing their home games at Wembley until March.
The report adds that the Premier League will also take a stand regarding the new stadium delay and will force us to play at Wembley if the new venue is not ready by the time we face Brighton on April 6.
Premier League officials are considerate regarding the problems we face, but have concerns about competitive advantages to Spurs and the opposition.
Spurs have played all their home games at Wembley this season and we also face Borussia Dortmund at home in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16.
Daniel Levy should share another update on the stadium in a few weeks and hopefully, he will have better news to share.
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