Jeffries lead the troubled £747m Wembley Stadium development on behalf of the FA
Mike Jeffries, the chairman of Wembley National Stadium Limited who headed up the stadium’s rebuilding, is understood to be about to step down from his position.
Reports today suggest that Jeffries has agreed to step down from his role, which saw him lead the troubled £747m Wembley Stadium development on behalf of the Football Association.
The news emerged as FA chairman Lord Triesman leads a review of the management and financing of Wembley Stadium, which has been a cause of problems to the FA since trouble first emerged on the building programme, undertaken by Multiplex.
WNSL still manages the stadium.
An announcement about Jeffries’ role is expected shortly.
A WNSL spokesperson said the organisation could not comment on the speculation.