Tottenham want assurances over West Ham running track retention

Daniel Levy is believed to have requested firm assurances from the UK government that West Ham will be forced to keep the running track as a permanent feature of the London Olympic Stadium, throughout their prospective tenancy of the property, according to a report in the Telegraph.

Levy’s concern with the fate of the track after the games, is thought to originate primarily in the matter that West Ham’s proposal to retain it, was a key factor in them being awarded tenancy of the Olympic Stadium over Spurs, who planned to remove the track as part of a project to create a sports ground without athletics facilities.

Subsequently, if the UK government allows West Ham to do this, it could understandably be construed as a contradiction of the decision to allow them indefinite use of the stadium.

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