Wembley stadium has been a home away from home for Spurs for well over a year now, as they played at the national stadium for the entirety of last season, as well as the first few months of this campaign.
Tottenham were previously set to move into their new ground on September 15 against Liverpool, but delays to building prevented this from happening.
Daniel Levy extended Tottenham’s Wembley stay until December 15, but it remains to be seen whether they will see out their contract.
The pitch markings and goal posts were put in last week, as well as the membership cards being sent out, clear indications that the stadium isn’t far off completion.
However, The Evening Standard report Spurs only have until October 25 to decide whether they want Wembley for the fixtures against Chelsea and Southampton on November 24 and December 5 respectively.
Therefore, Levy must be entirely confident of the stadium being ready before those dates, otherwise he will be forced to book the national ground.
Tottenham are unlikely to take any chances due to previous faux pas regarding the stadium opening date.
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