Tottenham is in talks with two other London teams to stage a mini triangular preseason tournament.
Premier League teams usually spend their preseason in Asia or America where they engage in money-spinning games.
However, the coronavirus pandemic has forced countries around the world to restrict travel to and from their states and that has forced teams to become creative.
The Daily Mail says Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea are looking to play each other in a London-only preseason competition that would see them donate to charity.
This is one way that they want to appease the fans after their involvement in the suspended European Super League.
The report says the teams hope to have almost full capacity crowds in the matches and it will also help them test the safety of the fans as more of them are expected back in the stands next season.
The tournament is likely to bring in a lot of cash for the teams involved, but it would be donated to charity.
Spurs’ involvement in the Super League has been met with protests from their fans and they hope that their relationship with them would heal significantly from this type of competition.