News broke last night that Tottenham have extended their Wembley stay under December 15, with fears that their brand new 62,000 seat stadium is still some way off completion.

Daniel Levy is said to be hopeful that Spurs will be playing at their new ground before this date, but took the decision to agree the extension with the FA as a precaution.

Tottenham were already ordered by UEFA to play every home group stage match at the national stadium, and reports suggest that the FA could soon follow suit.

While they are sympathetic towards the delays, which are largely due to electrical faults by construction company Mace, they are worried that the lack of clarity is causing confusion among the league.

This comes after Spurs had to change a Sunday fixture against Man City to Monday night as Wembley is already being used for a big NFL game.

If delays continue to jeopardise the fixture list, the Premier League Board may be forced to step in and order Tottenham to play out their entire season at Wembley.

Is it best to call it quits and play at Wembley until 2019/2020?

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