Spurs experience of the national stadium during the Champions League was hardly a successful one and they will need to resolve their Wembley hoodoo quickly if they are to go one better this time around.
Just in case you missed it but Danny said he felt that Spurs players were under-paid and that the club needed to sign well-known players and "not ones you had to Google".
"When I first arrived here, people wanted to know who Mauricio Pochettino was too", he said.
"And when you sign a player like Eric Dier, who is an global today when no one knew him before".
Tottenham's 2016-17 campaign was also awash in nostalgia as the club bid farewell to White Hart Lane.
At Anfield, Klopp has spent the summer trying to close the gap on Tottenham and the rest of the Premier League's big guns with only limited success.
Now, Savage believes they will suffer a similar fate and has tipped a 2-1 win for the Magpies over Tottenham in his predictions for the weekend. Eric Dier and Moussa Sissoko are also thought to be options, though the latter would have to be used in more of a 3-4-3 formation, something which Spurs used frequently last season. And I'm pretty sure if Spurs don't sort something out, over the next year or so, there'll be more'.
"To make Wembley home and change the fans' perception and feel in the end that Wembley can help us to be better and achieve our dream - it's a big, big job".
It is claimed that the deal to bring Sanchez to the Premier League is worth around £35m, despite only having signing for Ajax last summer from Copa Libertadores winners Atletico Nacional in a deal worth just €5m.
However, I personally see Vincent Janssen as a critical player for the new season. You [the press] have access to the other players so you can ask them.
There have been 14 goals scored in the last three Premier League meetings between these two clubs at St James' Park. We need new energy in the team. Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen were both excellent last season. With the exception of Walker and now Danny Rose, they look set to avoid that.
Spurs officials were reported to be absolutely livid with the way that Rose expressed his frustrations with Tottenham's transfer window, but privately many players issued support for Rose's comments, which he gave in an interview with British tabloid The Sun on Thursday.