London rivals Chelsea and Tottenham could well have to sign a ground share agreement for a season, with the pair both looking to upgrade their home facilities, The Daily Star claim.
The report claims that both the Blues and Spurs could have to play their home fixtures at Wembley for the 2017-18 campaign.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men are in the process of moving away from White Hart Lane to a new 61,000 stadium and as such will need a temporary home the season after next.
The reigning Premier League champions are also developing plans to upgrade Stamford Bridge and as such will also need an alternative venue for 2017-18.
Spurs had initially hoped to play some games at Wembley and others at Milton Keynes, but this has been dismissed by the FA, with the governing body telling the North Londoners that they must have one sole home rather than two.