Spurs have extended their stay at the national stadium until December and Premier League stakeholders consider the uncertainty to be unfair on supporters
Tottenham could be ordered by the Premier League to play all of their home games at Wembley for the rest of the season, according to reports.
Their new stadium was due to open on September 15 for the visit of Liverpool but a series of delays has led to Spurs extending their stay at the national stadium.
According to the Daily Mail, the club have now extended their deal with the FA until after the match against Burnley on December 15 amid fears the ground may not be finished until after Christmas.
It is understood Premier League bosses believe the increasing uncertainty surrounding the new stadium to unfair on supporters.
And with changes affecting fans, rival clubs and broadcasters, the club could be forced to stay at Wembley for the entire season.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has apologised that the clash with Manchester City has been rescheduled and moved to the national stadium.
And Tottenham are hoping to play their Carabao Cup game with Watford at MK Dons in a move that has annoyed sections of their own support.