Tottenham’s incoming manager will face a north London derby as part of their preparations for the 2021-2022 Premier League campaign.
The three-way tournament called The Mind Series – Chelsea being the third participating team – will take place at the beginning of August, and supports mental health, with funds raised to be split between Mind and club’s respective Foundations.
Spurs, who will be hoping to have appointed a manager before this mini tournament takes place, firstly travel to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea on Wednesday 4 August, before hosting Arsenal in a north London derby at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium four days later.
Arsenal will host Chelsea at the Emirates on Sunday August 1 in the other game.
£5 from each ticket sold will support charitable projects, with Mind receiving 25 per cent of proceeds from each of the three matches in the Mind Series and with each club’s Foundation receiving 75 per cent of proceeds from that club Foundation’s respective home match.