Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy(right) has admitted to the Tottenham Hotspur Supporter’s Trust the club may have to ground share with West Ham during the 2016/17 .
The north Londoners will be awaiting completion of their new White Hart line stadium which is facing delays.
In April it emerged that Levy tried to buy the Boleyn Ground only to be rejected by the board in favor of the Galliard Group.
It now appears he may try to ground share with us during our first season in the Olympic Stadium in a move that will anger many following his initial objection to our bid.
Levy believes Wembley is too costly and problematic to fill, and the notion of ground-sharing the Emirates Stadium would probably cause a riot among Spurs supporters.
ClaretandHugh has learned there is a strong possibility he will approach the London Legacy Development Corporation in the same way Barry Hearn is negotiating for a ground share for Leyton Orient.