The building of their new stadium is working not on time
Tottenham have requested the Premier League to let them play their first four matches of next season away from their new stadium – together with one at Wembley.
The membership have been hoping they might find a way to transfer into their new £750million floor being in-built time to slot in with the brand new fixture listing that’s being introduced on Thursday.
They thought they might have to ask for their first three matches to be performed away from home so as to give them respiratory area for the stadium to be prepared.
But additional delays to the development of their previous White Hart Lane home has led to Spurs going again to the league with a brand new request.
Spurs would love to play their first home sport at Wembley earlier than enjoying their remaining 18 home fixtures in their new venue.
However, present Premier League guidelines forestall a facet utilizing a couple of floor as a home pitch in a season until they’re given particular written permission.
The membership have registered their plea however could have to watch for a verdict headed by the three-strong Premier League board headed by chief exec Richard Scudamore.
The board aren’t scheduled to meet till later in June.