Recent estimates reveal that Tottenham‘s London rivals, Chelsea FC, will no doubt spend over £1bn on the reconstruction of Stamford Bridge, Logic recommends the North London club are similarly standing their ground as the bill for their 61,000-capacity expanded from £400m to £750m and is presently anticipated to reach £1bn mark.
Club director Daniel Levy uncovered to Spurs sources that the sudden cosmic ascent in bills is because of the mind-boggling nature of the interesting project.
The £1bn cost as the second considerable evaluated price [first assessed cost increment was £400 to £750m], Tottenham’s new stadium will be the undisputed most costly Football ground in Europe once completed.
Spur’s has already pumped over £100m on construction-related work and outlines for the 61,000- capacity stadium two sliding pitches and substantial changing rooms fit for NFL use.
Reports suggest Tottenham are certain of an extra £28m a year income from match days at the new stadium, a 50% increase of what they earn at White Hart Lane.