Tottenham Hotspur could play the rest of their home games in the Premier League this season at Wembley.
The Daily Mail report that Tottenham could be told to commit to playing their entire season at the national stadium. It comes after Tottenham extended their agreement to do so until the 15th December.
Tottenham’s work on their new stadium has been consistently delayed and is currently massively behind schedule.
Tottenham are reportedly interested in a move for Mexican midfielder Hector Herrera. Calciomercato are reporting that Spurs are considering a move for the Porto star as a replacement for Mousa Dembele in January.
Roma are also keen on the player as a potential replacement for Kevin Strootman, who joined Marseille last month.
It is unclear what legs this rumour has, as Herrera would seem an odd signing from Tottenham, but it is one to keep an eye on until January.
Christian Eriksen could still be involved in international duty for Denmark this week. A disagreement involving image rights has seen the Danish squad go on strike. It meant a team of third-tier and futsal players featured against Slovakia in a friendly yesterday, losing 3-0.
But, as reported by Sky, discussions are back underway and it is expected a resolution could be found before the game with Wales.