“Tottenham have gone backwards in the transfer market. They have got Wembley to contend with. That is not going to make it easy for Spurs.”
Tottenham will kick off their first league match at Wembley next Sunday against rivals and league champions Chelsea.
The north Londoners will be hoping for better results at the iconic stadium than they achieved in Europe in the last campaign and there may even be new faces in the Spurs team to face Antonio Conte’s side.
Chelsea themselves have also experienced a disappointing summer and they kicked off the league campaign with a demoralising 3-2 defeat away at Burnley.
In other Tottenham news, Spurs are ready to consider offers for 23-year-old interest Premier League clubs.