Tottenham have only recently relocated themselves, with Everton only the sixth senior side to visit the new White Hart Lane.
And Meis liked what he saw of the 62,000-seater venue, particularly its single-tiered South Stand - which is the largest of its kind in England.
The following Everton supporters wouldn't mind something similar at Bramley-Moore Dock...
Something in mind Dan?— Paul Valentine (@paulvalentine7) May 12, 2019
I like that you like it— Dave Bennett (@djdavebennett) May 12, 2019
Make it happen— Steven Riley (@SteRiley9) May 12, 2019
Fact finding trip? Hopefully inspirational (not that you are lacking in that department).— ToffeeDoug (@toffeedoug) May 12, 2019
Do eeeet!— d.w. (@ffg) May 12, 2019
Brilliant Dan. Exactly what we want— Mr R. Rizzo (@Wellygogster) May 12, 2019
It'll look boss in blue— Chuffinhambone (@Chuff84) May 12, 2019
We’ll have the same please Dan— Tom Cain (@TomCain1878) May 12, 2019
Ohhh do it— Joe (@joesworld1878) May 12, 2019
Is that another hint dan ⚽️— John (@JohnButlerEFC) May 12, 2019
Fantastic football ground— JP Proud (@jptully) May 12, 2019
Benchmark set Dan, upto you to raise it on the banks of the royal blue mersey— Neil Price (@priceyefc1) May 12, 2019
Everton recently announced the second stage of public consultation for their new stadium project, which will take place during the summer.
The Merseyside club hope to submit planning applications later in 2019, with the construction process expected to take around three years.
Goals from Theo Walcott and Cenk Tosun earned Everton a 2-2 draw against the Champions League finalists, to ensure an eighth-placed finish for Marco Silva's side.
And the Toffees faithful were in a buoyant mood, as their city rivals, Liverpool, were pipped to the Premier League title by Manchester City.
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