Tottenham Hotspur have dropped their judicial review over the decision to award West Ham United the Olympic stadium and have settled costs on the matter, Reuters
The decision comes after the government cancelled the deal allowing the Hammers to move into the stadium after the Games next year, claiming that they had been ‘bogged down’ by legal challenges from the likes of Spurs and Leyton Orient.
It is now believed that instead of being sold to a permanent owner, the stadium will remain publically owned, and will be leased out to tenants.
West Ham have already confirmed that they will bid to rent out the venue, but Tottenham are yet to announce if they will do the same.
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