Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly in talks with the FA over potentially playing Champions League matches at Wembley next season, the Mirror reports.
Spurs have discussed the possibility of playing games at the national stadium during the 2017/18 season while work on their new stadium, which is due to open for the following campaign, is underway.
However, they are now exploring the opportunity of playing European games under the arch next season as the capacity of White Hart Lane is expected to be reduced, according to The Times.
As many as 8,000 seats may have to be removed from the Paxton Road Stand as work begins on the new site adjacent to Spurs’ current home.
That would reduce the capacity to under 30,000, and with Spurs having 22,000 season ticket holders and an away allocation of 3,000, that would leave just 4,000 tickets for members.
The new stadium will hold 61,000, slightly more than north London rivals Arsenal’s home at the Emirates.
Spurs currently have a nine-point cushion on fifth-placed Manchester United going into the final four games of the season, but are five points adrift of leaders Leicester City as the Premier League gradually hits a crescendo.