The FA To Approve Shocking Tottenham/Chelsea Ground Share Arrangement

According to news making the rounds in the English press, The England FA may be accruing in excess £55 million proceeds in the form of rent from Chelsea and Tottenham as the two clubs continue with negotiation over the renting of Wembley in the 2017-2018 season; this is according to the Daily Mail.

The London clubs are looking to expand the capacities of their Stadium within the coming years and they will have to secure a temporary place for their football. Hence, the consideration of moving across to the capital to the Wembley Stadium.

According to the report, the idea has been thrown and Tottenham and Chelsea, within which both clubs will share the stadium. It is understood that Spurs are considering the option while the Blues are looking for other options.

The board of Wembley have been placed under pressure the Premier League board to allow one of the aforementioned clubs use the Stadium as their home. Upon the anticipated agreement, the Premier League FA will be able to cash in reports the Mail.

It is believed that Chelsea are looking to develop a 60,000 capacity stadium and will be looking to rent Wembley for three years while Tottenham are looking for at most 24 month to build a multi-purpose Stadium.

However, the option for Tottenham is to move Milton Keynes if they fail to secure the national Stadium. According to the report, the FA Chief executive has alluded even if both clubs rent the Stadium at same time, it is within the FA to manage the clubs activities without overlapping.