Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium architect Christopher Lee has revealed Daniel Levy would sometimes call him at 3am to discuss aspects of the project during construction.
Spurs moved into their new White Hart Lane-based stadium earlier this month, winning every home game so far without conceding a single goal.
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, Lee revealed the project costs have passed the £1 billion mark.
He also told stories of how Tottenham chairman Levy would call from New York in the early hours of the morning.
Those who know how careful Levy is with spending will understand why he expected the architect to pick up his phone at all times!
Watch part of Lee’s interview below.
'They expect you to be there when they call'
— BBC Radio 5 Live (@bbc5live) April 25, 2019