Arsene Wenger warns Tottenham they may need to sell Harry Kane

After confirming their place in the Champions League for a third successive season following their 1-0 win against Newcastle in midweek, Mauricio Pochettino's side looked in a great place ahead of their move to a new home next season, although Wenger couldn't resist having his say on Spurs' stadium switch.

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 warned Tottenham could be forced to sell star players such as Harry Kane in order to fund their impending move to their new stadium.

When Wenger was asked by reporters, according to ESPN, if there is chance Spurs will be forced to face the same issues he did 12 years ago, the Arsenal head coach replied: "There are some things that have changed".

"The impact of the transfers has increased a lot", Wenger said.

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.

'A £10million participant after we constructed the stadium was big. Today, a guy like [Tottenham striker] Kane, I don't know for much they can sell him for - £100m?

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'So they could get extra provide.

Pressed whether he was saying Spurs would have no option to sell the likes of Kane, he added: "To Arsenal maybe".

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

The Frenchman, who makes his Premier League farewell at Huddersfield on Sunday, is aware of all in regards to the perils of transitioning to a brand new stadium.

"We had a double handicap".

'I believe Highbury had a special spirit. It is a cathedral, a church. You could smell the soul of every guy that played there, ' said Wenger. The Emirates for me was like buying a new house. "I feel at home". That is an important part of my life that I am very proud of. You have to teach me that because in 22 years basically I've never been unless with a driver.