They may never be able to overcome him in the football stakes, but Tottenham have finally beaten Arsene Wenger at one thing: voyeurism.
The Arsenal manager was famously labeled a "voyeur" by Jose Mourinho back in 2005, due to his habitual digs at Chelsea – but the Frenchman can't hold a candle to Tottenham's strange plans for their upcoming stadium.
In new pictures released by the club, the players' tunnel is set to be surrounded by one-way glass, so that high-paying members can peer on the squads lining up before a match.
In a press release, club officials described it as: "The first purpose-built glass-walled Tunnel Club in the UK which will allow lounge guests to see the inner sanctum with a behind-the-scenes view of the players' tunnel, while also enjoying the action from player-spec 'Recaro-style' seats, located behind the First Team technical area."
But the strangeness doesn't stop there. According to the Guardian, the luxurious "H Club" (demanding a £15,000 joining fee as well as a similarly priced season ticket) will offer a specialist cheese room for half-time stinkfests.
Check out some pictures of the service below. The stadium is set to open in 2018.