Last Updated: Wed, 10 Oct 2012 15:58
A decision on whether West Ham can move into the Olympic Stadium could be put back, it has emerged.
The Hammers want to become main tenants at the Stratford site for the start of the 2014/15 season.
However, a report on the Guardian's website claims the Barclays Premier League club remain at loggerheads with the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) over changes which would need to be made to the stadium such as retractable seating - and crucially who would fund them at a cost of around £160million.
LLDC chief executive Dennis Hone told the website: "If we can't come to a conclusion, in the scheme of things if it slips another month or two I would rather get the right solution.
"Yes, the stadium is tricky, but it's tricky because we want to get it right.
"I would hate to bung someone in there and see it fall apart in five years. If it takes a couple of extra months to get there, then so be it."
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