West Ham United have made sure Tottenham cannot use Upton Park when they leave the ground.
The Telegraph says the Hammers have "Tottenham-proofed" their contract with the buyers of Upton Park to prevent it falling into the hands of their fierce rivals.
The property developer Galliard Group agreed to buy Upton Park once West Ham make the move to the Olympic Stadium in 2016.
It has now emerged that a clause in the contract states that West Ham do not have to leave Upton Park in a fit state for football and plan to gut the stadium ahead of their exit.
A senior West Ham source said: "It is correct that the Boleyn Ground will not be fit for football after West Ham's final game in 2016.
"This is because Hammers fans will be offered the opportunity to secure their own piece of history through a special auction of memorabilia, which will cover most, if not all, of the essential parts of the stadium.
"In addition, some of the most identifiable fixtures will be coming with us to Stratford and essential equipment relating to the pitch and other areas will be taken away and reused at the club's training facilities."
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