Tottenham will play a post-season friendly in Hong Kong just days after their final Premier League game of the season against Hull.
The Guardian report that the club are so determined to push their brand in the Far East that they have overlooked concerns of the players, who are understandably hesitant to play their 53rd game of what has been a manic campaign.
Spurs officials have been considering a tour of Hong Kong for some time, but had to put the announcement on hold until it was confirmed that the club would not be in the FA Cup final, which Arsenal and Chelsea will contend a day later.
The Sun suggest that the squad have been left dismayed by the money-spinning exercise.
The main worry will be that with England playing two games in mid-June and Spurs then embarking on a pre-season tour of America, there is little time for internationals like Dele Alli and Harry Kane to rest.
And the more time spent away from Hotspur Way, the less time Mauricio Pochettino will have to prepare his players on bigger pitches in anticipation of a season at Wembley.