The new head of the FA has refused to rule out the possibility of Chelsea and Spurs ground sharing at Wembley during the expansion of their respective stadiums.
Both London rivals have plans to upscale the capacity of their grounds before 2020, and speaking to TalkSport yesterday, FA CEO Martin Glenn said "Both would prefer sole status somewhere but it's difficult. We're looking at whether we could get a ground share but there's still work that needs to be done".
The clubs have a long history of fierce rivalry, which could prove a sticking point with the fans. What do you reckon? Let us know in the comments below.