Report: Spurs edging closer to stadium agreement for 2017/18 season

Tottenham Hotspur could play games in both Stadium:mk and Wembley.

Spurs are edging closer to finding a stadium to play their Premier League fixtures during the 2017/18 season, according to the Daily Mail.

The north London side had been looking for a ground to share with another club for the 2017/18 campaign while construction work is carried out on their new stadium.

The national stadium in Wembley was touted as one possibility, while unlikely options were also suggested in Arsenal's Emirates Stadium and West Ham's Olympic Stadium.

But the Mail claim Tottenham are zoning on the solution: MK Dons' home ground Stadium:mk.

However, Wembley Stadium could also host up to three league fixtures for the north London side.

Discussions are said to have been held between both clubs, with Spurs Chief Executive Daniel Levy satisifed with the progress made.

Stadium:mk holds 30,500 fans, only a few thousand less than Tottenham's current home at White Hart Lane.

Milton Keyenes is also very accessible by road and train.

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