Football news – Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium call ‘discovered’ through Richard Keys and Andy Gray


Speaking on their soccer show for Middle East broadcaster beIN SPORTS, the former Sky Sports duo also claimed the primary domestic healthy deliberate on the ground could be towards Brighton in the Premier League on April 7.

But that would need to be postponed if Brighton triumphs over Millwall on March 17 in the FA Cup quarter-finals. The FA Cup semi-finals are due on the weekend of April 6/7.

Former Sky Sports presenter Keys claimed the massive sportswear Nike has won naming rights at the brand new £1bn floor to mimic North London opponents Arsenal’s comparable deal at the Emirates Stadium.

“Big day in north London, breaking from that a part of the world there is a UEFA inspection taking place at new White Hart Lane to look if it may host a Champions League region-final the week of April 8,” said Keys on Friday.


BeIN SPORT tweeted out the clip of Key and Grays discussing the floor earlier than the tweet became mysteriously deleted mins later. A source then advised the Daily Mail that the revelation is not genuine.

“It appears exceptional, I actually have to mention. We’ve waited a long term,” commented former Everton and Scotland ahead of Andy Gray. “It’s were given the cockerel right on the top, see that. It appears adorable, it definitely does appearance lovely,”

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said he hoped to move out of Wembley Stadium and be in their new 62,000-seater home for the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals on April 9 or 10.

“I assume to play at the brand new stadium,” stated Pochettino after the 4-zero aggregate win over Borussia Dortmund within the Champions League closing sixteen.

“I became speaking with Daniel (Levy, chairman), and he turned into very high-quality, I wish, and I want we will play in our new stadium.”

Tottenham’s former White Hart Lane floor turned demolished in 2017, and a sparkling 62,000-seater stadium was erected. Tottenham had been supposed to move into the new floor at the beginning of the season after a season at Wembley, but the whole task has been behind schedule because of protection worries.