Does this image show what White Hart Lane is set to become in a £150million sponsorship deal?
Spurs are playing at Wembley this year while their home of 118 years gets torn down and replaced with a new 61,000-seater ground.
Club chiefs believe their new home will cost in the region of £750million – which will be part-bankrolled by a lucrative sponsorship deal.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has already confirmed the new ground will not be called White Hart Lane.
And this computer generated image currently doing the rounds on social media apparently shows how the new stadium could look ahead of next season.
The image suggests Spurs are looking at a deal with delivery service FedEx, seemingly worth £150m.
The company’s name can be seen on two sides of the roof and there is a sign saying ‘FedEx Stadium’.
However, there is absolutely no indication this image is official or that any agreement with FedEx is in place.
Still, it made some fans crack out the jokes on social media.
One user said: “Don’t mind if the new White Hart Lane is to be called the FedEx Stadium, let’s just hope we deliver the goods there… I’ll get my coat.”
Another posted: “The FedEx Stadium. The irony when the team don’t deliver.”
FedEx already have their name on the FedExField stadium in America.
That is home to NFL side Washington Redskins and is set in Landover, Maryland, in the US.