That's not a headline we thought we would be writing today. Liverpool could play a pre-season friendly in the new Spurs Stadium this summer, with their own ground not likely to be ready until just before the start of the new season.
The Liverpool Echo are reporting that the club are seeking to hold a pre-season friendly in London in late July, with the Anfield pitch due to undergo maintenance around this time.
The iconic Merseyside stadium is set to host three concerts in the month of June, with Take That, Bon Jovi and Pink! set to perform. That will have a major impact on the playing surface at Anfield, meaning work will be required to get the pitch up to standard ahead of the Premier League season.
With their own ground unavailable, Liverpool will seek to hold a money spinning friendly in the UK's capital. A number of grounds are under consideration, but the recently completed stadium at White Hart Lane is considered the most likely option.
Tottenham are clearly open to holding outside events at the stadium, which has also been purpose built to accommodate the NFL. Two NFL games will take place at the venue this October, with the Chicago Bears taking on the Oakland Raiders on October 6th, before the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Carolina Panthers face off one week later.
Liverpool have of course played a number of games in the Aviva Stadium in recent years, taking on Napoli and Athletic Bilbao in Dublin the past two summers. The Italian side will likely be their opponents once again for the game in London.
There is no word regarding a potential return to Dublin, although Irish Liverpool fans will no doubt be hoping to see Jurgen Klopp and co once again this coming summer.