Tottenham could team up with a London-based NFL franchise for a new multi-use stadium with a capacity of 65,000 - following the scrapping of their original designs, according to the Daily Mail.
Spurs supposedly got rid of the original designs for a £400 million stadium with a 56,000-seat capacity, because they wanted to reconsider some of the interior features.
They've appointed Populous - who designed the Olympic and Emirates stadiums, to design a bigger ground, to allow an easy switch between football and NFL games - sources close to the build say that Spurs want to start from scratch with stadium designs, for the new ground to be built around a combination of the two sports.
These plans are said to involve a sliding pitch to protect the playing surface during NFL matches. Although this would come at a huge cost, Spurs bosses are confident that NFL games can be lured from Wembley, or even attract a London NFL franchise.
Tottenham's reasons behind the shared stadium are clear if you look at the financial benefits the sport has brought to Wembley stadium - the ground makes an estimated profit of at least £500,000 a game, with profits rising to £1 million per match.
If Spurs were able to bring NFL to their new stadium, and established a link with a permanent NFL tenant, they could take a split of the ticket receipts as well as a hosting cost - potentially earning them millions every game.
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