Tottenham will make a decision on whether to extend their current ground, White Hart, Lane, in the first half of next year.
“There has been speculation again today regarding our stadium development plans,” the North London club said in a statement on their Web site.
“The club is currently reviewing its options, a process which is ongoing and will see us commit to one option in the first half of 2008.”
The BBC had reported that Spurs were planning to increase the size of White Hart Lane from its current capacity of 36,240 to 52,000 in a in a project costing some £300 million.
According to the BBC, Tottenham would leave the ground for two seasons – probably sharing with West Ham United for the period of rebuilding.
Alternatives to the preferred option of rebuilding White Hart Lane would be developing nearby land to the north for a new stadium or moving further afield to Enfield in outer London.