According to the London Evening Standard he will discover “the extent of fan opposition to Tottenham’s proposed move to Milton Keynes when he meets representatives of the club’s Supporters Trust on Thursday.”
The Standard says that Levy and other senior officials will hold discussions with Trust executives later this week, in a meeting that is expected to take place at the club’s Enfield training base.
Opposition is growing fast among the White Hart Lane hordes and it is thought that anti-Milton Keynes stickers will be distributed at forthcoming fixtures against Hull and Partizan Belgrade.
Wembley and the Olympic Stadium are the other possible homes for Spurs, although the expense of using the national stadium is high this putting the spotlight back on the OS.
West Ham officials have regularly insisted that the use of the Stadiumn by any other club than ourselves in the first system won’t happen.
But ClaretandHugh we have again put in questions to key individuals and will update this story once we receive responses