Spurs silent on stadium reports

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Tottenham have remained tight-lipped over the latest speculation about plans to redevelop their White Hart Lane ground or move to a new stadium.

One suggestion is that Spurs will shut down their traditional home for two seasons while it is upgraded to a 52,000-capacity arena and ground-share with rivals West Ham at Upton Park until the work is completed. Another idea is for Spurs to play high-profile matches like the north London derby against Arsenal at the new Wembley Stadium.

Reports have claimed that Spurs have turned to Tony Winterbottom, formerly of the London Development Authority, who played a major role in the building of Arsenal´s new Emirates Stadium, to help them realise a venue of similar quality on their site adjacent to busy Tottenham High Road.

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