The FA are ready to sell Wembley Stadium in a staggering £ 800m deal.
Billionaire American Shahid Khan, owner of Championship side Fulham and NFL franchise Jacksonville Jaguars, has submitted an offer for more than £ 500 million to the headquarters of English football in a deal that would see the national teams go on the road.
The England team would still host the majority of their home games in the stadium, but a large part of their annual plan, especially during the fall (19659002) It is suggested that the FA will use the fluke to revive the grassroots game , where the governing body is endowed with the financial capacity to pay hundreds of new 3G and 4G pitches as well as other new facilities
A FA spokesman said, "We can confirm that the FA Board has received an offer for Wembley from Shahid Khan.
Khan, who is worth more than £ 5.2 billion, has been a long-time supporter of a British NFL team and this step would be the anticipated forerunner of a franchise that will eventually cross the pond in the future.
The Jaguars have been playing a regular season game in London every year since 2013, but if this deal is closed and a change comes into effect, they would do so in the stadium between September and January.