Tottenham will explore the possibility of playing at a “third home ground” for their Premier League meeting with Manchester City on October 28th, according to Sky Sports.
The club has announced delays to the construction of their new White Hart Lane-based stadium. Scheduled matches in September and October against Liverpool and Cardiff City will no longer take place at the new ground.
Instead, they will take place at Wembley. And now, Sky Sports claims the match against City on October 28th may also have to be moved.
It is believed Tottenham won’t be able to play the game at Wembley on the 28th, so the club has three options: they can either move the match back 24 hours and play at Wembley; they can reverse the fixture and play it at the Etihad; or they play the game at another venue.
Spurs had to acquire special permission to play Premier League matches at more than one venue, but three venues might be a stretch for the Londoners.
Right now, the whole situation is a bit of a mess. Hopefully the club can sort it out sooner rather than later, for the fans’ sake.