Chairman Daniel Levy admits he is still unsure when Tottenham will be able to move into their new stadium. The north London side were hoping to be in their new stadium following the international break for the clash with Liverpool on September 15.
However, those plans have been pushed back due to safety concerns and the meeting with Liverpool will now be played at Wembley, while their following home fixture with Cardiff has also been moved to the national stadium.
Spurs have also switched the date of their engagement with champions Manchester City, which will take place on October 29.
Levy has been unable to confirm when their opening fixture at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will take place, however, he is hoping to have some positive news soon.
“We are all focused on ensuring contractors deliver our new stadium in the shortest possible period of time and opening our stadium at the earliest opportunity,” Levy said on the club’s official website.
“We are now being regularly updated on progress and as soon as we have confidence in our project managers’ and contractors’ ability to deliver against the revised schedule of works, we shall be able to issue dates for test events and the official opening game.”
Spurs will find out on Thursday whether they have got EFL permission to host their Carabao Cup game with Watford at MK Dons later this month.