Report: Tottenham will not rule out playing at Emirates Stadium while new stadium is being built
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Remember that awful roommate that refused to clean up after themselves and was rude to your friends? Well, this could be much, much worse.

Tottenham will not discount the possibility of playing in Emirates Stadium - the home of hated North London rival Arsenal - for one season while their new stadium is being build according to an ESPN report.

Earlier on Wednesday Tottenham confirmed their new 56,250-capacity stadium will be delayed. The new ground was originally supposed to be opened at the start of the 2017-18 season.

That means the club would need to find a temporary home. One option, according to the ESPN report, is a move to the 30,500 seat stadium of the MK Dons, which is 50 miles away from White Hart Lane, Spurs' current home.

Wembley Stadium, 13 miles away, is another option.

The last, and clearly the most volatile choice, would be Emirates Stadium, which is only 4.4 miles away from WHL.

Tottenham vows to consult their fans before making a decision, and you can safely assume they will not be a fan of sharing a home with the Gunners. As for Arsenal fans, well you can guess their response to the idea. Expect many expletives.

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