Toby Alderweireld believes new Tottenham stadium will produce the best atmosphere in the world

Toby Alderweireld has high hopes for Tottenham’s new stadium (Picture: Getty Images)

Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld believes ‘there won’t be another club in the world like this,’ when Spurs move into their new stadium.

The north London side are expected to move into their new home in a matter of weeks, with manager Mauricio Pochettino aiming to play the home leg of the Champions League quarter-final in the new surroundings.

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Alderweireld cannot wait to get into the brand new ground, believing that it will create a completely unique atmosphere to anywhere else on the planet.

‘The new stadium will be massive for us and I hope we can play there in the next game,’ the Belgian said after Spurs beat Borussia Dortmund to reach the Champions League quarters.

Spurs hope to move into their new stadium next month (Getty Images)

‘Even if we never played a game there it will be like our home.

‘At Wembley, it’s difficult for the fans to come there and make it your home. Sometimes the stadium wasn’t full because the maximum on the capacity.

‘Our fans are doing a massive job for us. In the last London derby at Wembley the atmosphere was incredible.

‘Imagine that at the new stadium. There won’t be another club in the world like this.’

Mauricio Pochettino is looking forward to the new home (Picture: Getty Images)

Tottenham’s next home game is on Sunday 7 April against Brighton in the Premier League, which Alderweireld has in mind to play in the new stadium for the first time.

However, Pochettino has the home leg of the Champions League in mind, which will either be on 9/10 or 16/17 March.

‘I expect to play [the quarter-final] in the new stadium,’ said Pochettino after beating Dortmund. ‘We were talking with (chairman) Daniel Levy on Monday and yes, my wish is to play in the new stadium.

‘Before the game, we were sitting listening to the song of the Champions League and we were thinking it would be amazing to be standing in the new stadium, listening to the song.’

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