By Amir Mir
Sol Campbell will not be in attendance when Tottenham play their final match at White Hart Lane, according to a report.
The Times report details that the former Arsenal defender will be a notable absentee when Spurs take on Manchester United on May 14.
It will be the final time that the north London club will play at their old home before they move into new surroundings.
Campbell came through the ranks at White Hart Lane as a youngster, but in 2001, he made an unpopular move to their rivals Arsenal.
Since then he has become a hate figure amongst supporters, with many calling the former centre-back ‘Judas’.
During his time at Arsenal, Campbell went on to win two Premier League trophies and four FA Cups.
It is said that inviting Campbell to the ground could result in a huge backlash from supporters, who will be looking to celebrate a key day in their history.
During their last home fixture, Spurs beat Arsenal 2-0 when striker Harry Kane and attacking midfielder Dele Alli got on the scoresheet.
They will take on West Ham at the London Stadium on Friday evening where they have the chance to close the gap on leaders Chelsea to just one point.
Mauricio Pochettino will be hoping his team can put in a good performance so they can go into the United game full of confidence.
Spurs have not been beaten on home soil this term, beating the likes of Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal at the Lane.