Wenger fears Arsenal won't realise potential at Emirates stadium

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has told The Daily Mail that Tottenham Hotspur may have to sell players in the summer transfer window.

Arsene Wenger has delivered a closing parting shot at Tottenham, warning his arch-rivals their stadium transfer will go away them in a monetary straitjacket.

Spurs are set to take residence at their new home on the White Hart Lane site for the start of next season, by which time Arsenal will be under a new manager.

Arsenal's title challenges faded upon their move to the new and improved Emirates - the Gunners still waiting for their first Premier League title since 2004.

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'The prices have gone up and the prices for the stadium have doubled.

Wenger was pressured to work on a considerably lowered price range within the years after the transfer as Arsenal sought to pay for the stadium, whereas the supervisor admits it took his group some time to totally acclimatise following their transfer from Highbury.

He said: "The thinking behind the move was that eventually we would have more to spend on new players, but it's not really happened because other clubs have used outside resources". Immediately a man like Harry Kane, I do not know for a lot they'll promote him.

"So they might get more supply". However they should face it'. Will they have to sell players?

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It will be tricky for Tottenham to balance being competitive and successful and balancing the books in the coming years.

The Frenchman was at the helm when Arsenal swapped the historic Highbury for the £390-million Emirates Stadium in 2006. But it is a big attraction, a massive new stadium, a great team.

Wenger said: "I think it was down to the fact that the football world has changed and that you build a stadium". It is a cathedral, a church. "I will greet every one of them before I leave and say "thank you". It will always be special for me. "I feel at home".

'It is a improbable stadium - however there was one thing particular at Highbury that you could possibly by no means recreate if you construct one thing new'. That is an important part of my life that I am very proud of.

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