WATCH: Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris in awe during practice walkout at new Tottenham stadium
By Lyall Thomas
Last Updated: 12/03/18 5:07pm
Harry Kane described the feeling as "incredible" as he practiced walking out at the new Tottenham stadium - still only half-built - with Hugo Lloris.
Captain and goalkeeper Lloris said the 62,000-seater construction already feels "compact" as they prepare for a 2018-19 season opening.
Kane said: "We've been given the opportunity to walk out the tunnel and into the bowl. I can't wait see a load of fans inside and what that will look like.
"I remember sitting at White Hart Lane as a fan growing up and watching Tottenham play. Now that I'll be part of the team moving into this new stadium is really exciting. Hopefully we can bring a lot of success here.
"It's unbelievable how much work (has been done). I can't wait to be out here scoring some goals, being among the fans. To think we're not that far away now is incredible."
Lloris said: "I can't wait to see Harry scoring goals in the stadium. It's a dream as a player to play in front of 62,000 every weekend and we are going to try and share with them great emotion and passion together. We are very lucky to be part of this project. It feels so compact."
Tottenham have also released their season-ticket pricing structure for next season, starting at £795 for adults with a £397.50 concession for seniors and juniors, going as high as £2,200 for the most expensive.
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