By Ian Dennis
BBC Radio 5 Stay senior soccer reporter
Preston North End might per likelihood nicely not be pursuing their formal griev ance of an alleged unlawful means from Stoke Metropolis for supervisor Alex Neil.
The Lilywhites reported Stoke to the English Soccer League on Saturday however belief now decided to fall the matter.
Neil, 38, has reiterated his dedication to stop at Deepdale, having signed a singular three-year contract in April.
Stoke sacked Nathan Jones on Friday and are backside of the Championship, whereas Preston moved excessive on Sunday.
BBC Sport understands there might per likelihood be a compensation clause in Neil’s contract that may maybe maybe entitle the Lancashire side to larger than £3m might per likelihood nicely easy the Scot lastly depart Deepdale.
The managerless Potters face excessive-flying West Brom on Monday, with Rory Delap, Kevin Russell and Andy Quy taking price of the precept crew whereas a singular supervisor is sought “as mercurial as that you’d think about”.