Tottenham Hotspur have regularly updated fans on social media regarding the progress of their new stadium.
Now, though, it seems that the supporters will have to wait beyond August until the step foot in the new arena.
According to the Daily Mail, the Football Association has given Tottenham more time to decide whether or not to renew their tenancy agreement at Wembley.
The report claims that Spurs were due to give the governing body an answer on Thursday, but the deadline has been extended by two weeks due to concerns that the construction of the 62,000-seater stadium will not be finalised by August.
Mauricio Pochettino and his players spent the 2017-18 campaign staging their home fixtures at the national stadium, where they won 21 of their matches in all competitions.
Tottenham will hope that the process will not be delayed, as will the fans, some of whom are worried about the news.
Others, though, think that the speculation is false.
TBF it looks miles from being ready.
— Chris (@bridyid5) May 30, 2018
Daily mail talking nonsense again ? pic.twitter.com/DoGZJMeZhP
— Charlie. (@CharlieRisley) May 30, 2018
— Esther W / bale come home (@13_woodssse) May 30, 2018
Complete lies, my friends dad works at tottenham as the general manager of match days and said there is literally no doubt it will be ready
— Lewis??? (@FuckingMadFerIt) May 30, 2018
Pttff levy the absolute failure
— Philip ?? (@shitssoko) May 30, 2018
— Matt ? (@TP1Matt) May 30, 2018
It will be ready
— Tony Care (@Tonycare316) May 30, 2018
Hearing mostly good news tbh. Could be ready for August even.
— Dave (@kindaweirdtbh5) May 30, 2018