Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has spoken on the club’s vision from here on after the building of the new stadium.
Spurs had been struggling to compete with rival clubs for years but the club were still lauded for being able to challenge for a spot in the Champions League.
It is still apparent that Tottenham is a club which may need some time to financially contend with the Manchester United’s and Bayern Munich’s but there is no doubt that progress is being made either way.
With the opening of the new stadium, the club can now count on more revenue from increased ticket sales.
Fans have been starved of big-name signings in the recent transfer windows with Daniel Levy often receiving much of the criticism.
But the club’s chairman has spoken with much optimism after the building of the new stadium and Levy insists Spurs are now ‘open for business’ as competition against Europe’s elite begins.
“You can’t be a big club in a 36,000 stadium but you can be in a 62,000 stadium,” Levy told Sky Sports
“It’s a massive lift for Tottenham and London. It couldn’t come at a better time in view of the political situation we have at the moment with Brexit.
“We’re definitely open for business.”
Most supporters will be very interested to see how the club reinvests its revenue in the transfer market, especially with Pochettino’s team clearly having areas which need improvement.