The Reds unveiled the home kit they will be wearing next season on Thursday morning, recalling the trophy-laden 1980s and honouring the legendary Bob Paisley.
Liverpool are already set to tour the United States in the summer, but further friendlies can be expected both in England and, possibly, elsewhere in Europe.
With Anfield hosting a series of gigs over the off-season, the decision has been made to forego a showcase friendly like last August’s clash with Torino and instead head to the capital.
Their opposition this time is likely to be Napoli, and the meeting is pencilled in for July 28, just under two weeks before the start of the Premier League season.
“From Spurs’ perspective, the arrangement could also make financial sense,” writes Chris Bascombe.
“The London club may be willing to host games to assist their repayments on the stadium so may be receptive to the idea, peculiar as it seems for a rival to make such a request.”
The two sides then met twice in the Champions League group stage, each winning once, with the scoreline 1-0 both times.