Tottenham Hotspur are set to play all three of their home Champions League group stage matches at Wembley, according to the Daily Mirror.
Spurs have already arranged to play the first of their home games at the stadium, which has hosted them in European competition for the last two campaigns.
It’s reported the north London club are still in talks with UEFA about their current situation, which has seen the opening of the stadium delayed.
Tottenham were due to play in their new arena from September 15 onwards but issues with the ‘critical safety systems’ have seen this put on hold until further testing has been completed.
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Now, with the Champions League draw taking place, their second and third games are likely to listed at a venue ‘to be confirmed’, which could cause the club severe embarrassment.
And UEFA insiders reportedly believe all three matches will in fact be played at Wembley.
A further complication could arise tonight with the Carabao Cup third round draw taking place, which could see them forced to reverse the venue if they are picked out at home.