Tottenham Hotspur could play cup ties at MK Dons and league fixtures at Wembley while their new stadium is built, according to the Mail Online.

The report suggests a deal between the two clubs could be announced as early as next month with former talks underway with both the Dons and FA chiefs.

If it were to go ahead Spurs would use stadiummk for domestic cup games – FA Cup, Capital One Cup and potential European matches – and England’s home of Wembley for their 19 Premier League games in the 2017/18 season.

It would be teenage sensation Dele Alli, 19, could be set for a rather unexpected return to Milton Keynes, although Dons fans may be disappointed he won’t be wearing their shirt.

The Olympic Stadium, which will become West Ham United’s home ground from next season, and the Hammers’ current home, Upton Park, are also thought to have been considered, but ruled out.

Spurs are on the hunt for a temporary place to play their fixtures while a 61,000 capacity stadium is built adjacent to White Hart Lane.

They currently sit in second place in the Premier League, two points off league leaders Leicester City, as they hope to push to become champions for the first time since 1960/61.

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