Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has claimed that Spurs "would love" to use Wembley during the redevelopment of White Hart Lane but claims he has not heard anything about recent reports stating Spurs may have to share it with Chelsea.
The Telegraph reported that Pochettino's side could share Wembley with The Blues in the season 2017-2018 after Spurs had matched Chelsea's offer to make the national stadium their temporary home. The report claimed that the Blues had previously submitted a four-year bid of around £15m-a-season ($21.3m) to play at the national stadium during the rebuilding of Stamford Bridge. However, Spurs hoped to convince Wembley's owners the Football Association to accept their proposal by offering the same amount while their new stadium is being built.
The Argentinian boss has claimed he is yet to hear anything official from chairman Daniel Levy about it, but admitting Wembley would be a good option as it located in north London – 13 miles away from White Hart Lane, which is much closer than Spurs' alternative venue the Milton Keynes Stadium, which is 53 miles north.
"It is a good possibility for us to play at Wembley but there is not news. Maybe is one of the options for us to play in the future," Pochettino said in the press conference ahead of Spurs' FA Cup replay against Leicester.
Asked whether he would be concerned over sharing Wembley with Chelsea, he said: "It's our option for us to play at Wembley. I don't hear that maybe we will share with Chelsea. I don't know. I haven't had communication from my chairman (Daniel Levy). We haven't spoke about it yet but maybe we will speak in the future."
When questioned whether the Milton Keynes stadium is also among the options, he said: "It is a club decision. We would love to play at Wembley. It's in London and it's close. But why not Milton Keynes as well? Both options are good."