Tottenham Hotspur are said to be keen on utilising Wembley and Stadium:MK, but they will not use West Ham United's Boleyn Ground.
Tottenham Hotspur are planning to use both Wembley and Stadium:MK, according to a report in the London Evening Standard.
Spurs need to use a stadium away from White Hart Lane for the 2017-18 season as construction work on their new ground is undertaken, and they reportedly have narrowed it down to two options.
Tottenham had originally considered a ground share with West Ham United, but this option has now been ruled out leaving them with just Wembley and Stadium:MK to choose from.
The choice of Stadium:MK would be a controversial one, as supporters do not want to see their side play away from London, and the club have apparently looked to meet a compromise.
The London Evening Standard says that Spurs intend to play matches against the smaller sides in the league at Stadium:MK, but they want their bigger games to be hosted by Wembley.
Tottenham seemingly intend to take on the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United in the national stadium, where they expect to sell out their allocation of tickets.
Spurs are currently hoping to have their new stadium built by the 2018-19 season, and they are reportedly becoming increasingly confident that they will have everything finished on schedule.