Tottenham are set to take out a new £237m loan as the costs of their new stadium continue to spiral.
Spurs released a statement on Friday night revealing the extension of their 'development facility' with their three banking partners,
The club also revealed a net debt of £366m, which will now rise above £600m with the addition of this new loan, The Independent report.
Club Statement: New Stadium and Financial Update.— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) 26 October 2018
In May 2017, Tottenham had announced a £400m five-year arrangement with
Their Premier League match against Manchester City on Monday was played at Wembley one day after an NFL match, resulting in a terrible playing surface with the NFL logo still emblazoned in the centre. Tottenham's aim is now that their first match at the new stadium will be against Manchester United on January 13.