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4th May, 2017 | 5:52pm

Lord Sugar: Tottenham's new ground makes Wembley look old

By Harvey Byrne

Former Tottenham chairman and Celebrity fan Lord Alan Sugar has remarked on Twitter that the club’s new ground makes the iconic Wembley look old.

The north London club are currently preparing to move into a new 61,000-seater stadium which is being built next to current home White Hart Lane.

It means that Spurs will have to play their home games next season at England’s national stadium Wembley, which is largely considered one of the best grounds in the United Kingdom.

However, Sugar took some photos from the air of Tottenham’s new build alongside Wembley and shared them on his personal Twitter account on Thursday, claiming the new ground will leave Wembley in the past.

Wembley itself only opened in 2007 after taking four years to build, but a new modern era of stadiums could leave it looking a thing of the past.

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Tottenham did of course play their Champions League and Europa League clashes at the famous ground this season, but they achieved just one win alongside two defeats and a draw in four encounters.

They will be hoping for a better record next season as they look to win their first league title since 1961.

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