PAUL GASCOIGNE has been invited to Tottenham’s farewell at White Hart Lane – but former captain Sol Campbell was snubbed.
Gazza, who made 325 appearances for Spurs, is one of a number of club legends that have been asked to return to the ground for their last game against Manchester United on May 14.
But, according to The Times, the North Londoners have not invited Campbell who controversially left to join bitter rivals Arsenal back in 2001.
And club chiefs are afraid the event could be marred by a fan backlash if the ex-England international makes an appearance.
Campbell began his career at Spurs and has never been forgiven by fans for crossing the north London divide.
And he is not the only noticeable ommison as ex-bosses Juande Ramos and George Graham have also not received a letter from the club.
Gascoigne played at the Lane from 1988 to 1992 and netted a memorable free-kick against the Gunners in the FA Cup semi-final win in 1991.
And he remains one of the most popular figures amongst fans and would receive a warm welcome from the Spurs faithful.
In recent years Gascoigne has suffered from mental health problems and battled an addiction to alcohol.