Twickenham, Wembley and the Olympic Stadium have all been considered, but an agreement is proving hard to reach.
The Blues have moved ahead in the race due to their more proactive approach, while doubts remain about the feasibility of a groundshare with the national stadium’s hectic schedule.
The possibility of a move to West Ham United’s soon-to-be new home, the Olympic Stadium, was also suggested, but any approach will face strong opposition from the Hammers hierarchy.
Stadium mk now appears the most likely candidate, with the Mail claiming both parties are ‘relaxed about a potential agreement and could comfortably finalise plans.’
Moving 50 miles away from White Hart Lane is unlikely to go down too well with the Spurs support, but options are seemingly becoming thin on the ground for Daniel Levy and co.
A groundshare with the Dons represents the most financially viable choice, but what kind of effect it could have on the Lilywhites' fanbase remains to be seen.