Daniel Levy has sent a message to the Tottenham Hotspur fanbase after more delays were announced regarding the club’s new stadium.
Delays to the stadium mean Tottenham will continue to play home games at Wembley until further notice, including all three of their Champions League home clashes.
The Tottenham chairman has now apologised to the fans in an official statement and also praised Mauricio Pochettino and his players for their understanding regarding the issue.
Heung-min Son has been discussing his hopes for the future after an important week in his career. The Tottenham attacker helped South Korea win the Asian Games this weekend. It means he is now exempt from the mandatory military service.
Speaking to ESPN, he suggested he now wants to pay back Tottenham for all they have done for him recently and that this is not ‘the height of his ambitions’.
Tried to buy Tanguy
L’Equipe have been discussing Tottenham Hotspur’s apparent interest in midfielder Tanguy Ndombele this summer.
The report claims that Spurs were indeed keen on signing the player but never made an official bid, with Lyon adamant he was not for sale.
An unnamed Premier League club did make a £44.8 million move for the player, which was swiftly rejected by the French giants.