Gary Neville makes Tottenham transfer prediction about Harry Kane

Gary Neville makes Tottenham transfer prediction about Harry Kane

Spurs will no longer play at their historic home at White Hart Lane ahead of a move into their new 61,000-seater facility and many have suggested that they will struggle to adapt, much like the Hammers have with the London Stadium.

Local hero Harry Kane scored his 22nd league goal of the season to make it 2-0 shortly after the interval but United skipper Wayne Rooney halved the deficit with just under 20 minutes remaining.

After the game, a closing ceremony displayed a video of the story of White Hart Lane and 48 club legends were paraded on the pitch under a rainbow and confetti as the club said an emotional goodbye to their home.

Mauricio Pochettino elected to switch things up a bit in his formation, dropping Mousa Dembélé in favor of adding the dynamism of Heung-min Son in the attack.

United went 14 games without defeat at the Lane before last season's 3-0 loss, but gone are the days when their former manager Alex Ferguson could dismiss Spurs' threat with a disdainful: "Lads, it's Tottenham".

In its 118 year history, White Hart Lane has seen numerous incredible performances and Pochettino believes that this one was "another great performance at White Hart Lane".

The Red Devils travel to London fresh from a 2-1 aggregate win over Celta Vigo which ensured they made it to the Europa League final.

The redevelopment of White Hart Lane began just hours after Tottenham Hotspur's final match at the stadium. He bid farewell to the Lane, and the beam, with a note and we hope he'll have a better view in the new stadium. That's progression from last season and we have to keep it going now.

"With two matches in hand that we had to play later, it is impossible".

"I make that a team playing at the maximum of the potential with the players having motivation to win the last match at home and another team trying to find some balance even with players, some of them not playing in their best positions", said Mourinho. "We've been thinking about it a lot and when the new stadium opens it will help us a lot to reach the next level", he said. We are sad and disappointed that Chelsea won the league but there is nothing to regret.

"It is true that we will play in the new stadium and we will take the last step to win something".