Bet Premier neighbours Cambridge United. It had been thought unlikely that the Lilywhites would share the ground with the U’s following last Monday night’s public meeting at Cambridge United Supporters’ Club. But Chris White, director at Wrenbridge, development partners of United landlords Grosvenor Developments, has moved to clarify the situation and said a shared project is still a possibility. "We’re still open-minded about the ground being shared," he said. "We’re certainly not closed to the idea. We haven’t progressed discussions very far with City about it, and that’s why we felt it was unlikely. "In three months’ time the situation could be quite different." White said more detailed discussions would take place with City in about two months’ time when details of the project are more advanced. On Monday it was revealed that Grosvenor have earmarked two greenbelt sites as possible locations for a new stadium, at Trumpington and the NIAB 2 site between Huntingdon Road and Histon Road. City chairman Kevin Satchell said the club were still keeping their options open, but were very much interested in being a part of a community stadium. "We still consider sharing a ground as an option for us," he said. "As far as we’re concerned it is something we’d like to consider. We’re still looking at all options." Satchell also confirmed that City remained interested in the Cowley Road site previously put on Grosvenor’s shortlist of potential locations. They have been in discussions with Cambridge City Council, who own the land, but expect a lengthy wait to find out the outcome. "We’ve been talking to the council about Cowley Road. They won’t make a decision on it until the middle of next year, so we’re waiting to hear about that," said Satchell. "It’s something we might be able to do on our own, but if someone else wanted to come in as a partner we would be interested. "We’re one of several tenders interested in the site, I understand a number of businesses have applied to use it. We’ve made it clear to the council we would like it to be a football stadium."