Tottenham's £ 1 billion stadium was completed with the addition of external panels to the east apron before the March opening date
- The touch of Tottenham approaches the new £ 1 billion stadium, while the final touches are applied
- Construction workers are continuing to add external panels to the east, while the Spurs look forward to the transfer date
- The "new White Hart Lane" will host the clash of the Spurs Premier League with Crystal Palace as the first event
Sam Mcevoy for Mailonline
Tottenham is approaching the opening of their brand new £ 1 billion stadium, while construction continues outside the east stand.
The "new White Hart Lane" will host its first Premier League game in March, when the Spurs welcome Crystal Palace in less than two months.
While Sportsmail revealed at the beginning of this month that the stadium would not be fully completed by the end of this season, Tottenham hopes that some games will be played in the new ground of 61,000 seats.
The touch of Tottenham approaches the new £ 1 billion stadium, while the final touches are applied
Construction work continues on the east side of the stadium, while panels are added to the frame on the side of the ground
The gray panels will cover most of the stadium as the club tries to complete the stadium's aesthetics
A builder takes a phone call as the work continues on the side of the £ 1 billion 61,000-seat Tottenham stadium
The last large crane was dismantled out of the stadium earlier this week, signaling completion of all major construction work on the ground.
The builders are still adding exterior panels to the east trestle, however, while the aesthetic work continues in the stadium.
While most of the fans felt frustrated by the constant delays and jokes, the issues in the field did not cheer them up either after the Mauricio Pochettino team was eliminated from the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup in space. four days.
Another construction worker directs traffic outside the new Tottenham stadium on a sunny day north of London
The huge stadium dominates the residential area north of London while overlooking the surrounding landscape
A group of workers descends the steps while checks continue to be made before the stadium opens
Chelsea sent the Spurs to the Carabao Cup semi-finals on Thursday, before Crystal Palace won two Tottenham wins in Sunday's FA Cup.
While winning a trophy seems realistically out of reach this season, Pochettino suggested that the stadium's move temporarily put them back into play in their quest for silverware.
"We are always close to the last stage [to trophies] but to reach it is the hardest thing, "said Pochettino in view of the Spurs Cup FA Cup at the Crystal Palace.
"At the moment, the team needed the last push, what happened? We build and build, but then, White Hart Lane – if it's gone.
"We moved to Wembley and there were all doubts about how we will act." It was the West Ham example in their first season [at the London Stadium]and many things in this process have stopped the evolution of the team on the verge of winning ".
The stadium has suffered several delays and jokes, but the club is confident that it will be able to move soon
Work on the stadium facade continues as the final touches are applied to the new Tottenham home
However, the Argentine manager believes the club is going in the right direction under his leadership.
"Sometimes we forget where we came from, four and a half years ago." This is the first mistake people make, "he said.
& # 39; Tottenham will be at the same level as Manchester United, Manchester City, this type of club, Chelsea. In the future, I hope so. But sometimes we forget where we came from.
"In the last 10 years, who was the team that won the most titles? Chelsea, no? And after losing on penalties what will we say? Just to describe that Tottenham was so competitive, Chelsea was so competitive. The reality has not changed. & # 39;