Fulham are considering their options with regard to the redevelopment of the Riverside Stand.
After gaining planning permission from the council in 2013 to redevelop the stand, the club came up with a plan and design which went out to tender and looked to be moving ahead.
However, despite planning to submit the application for the project at the end of this month, the club have decided to opt for a completely new design.
Whites fans were invited to an exhibition of the old plans, which were thought to cost around £15 million, last month, with the Riverside Stand set to increase capacity by 4,300 seats.
But owner Shahid Khan wants to explore other options.
A Fulham spokesman said: "We are starting a retendering process for the development of the stand. It will be a completely new design."
The club are aiming to complete the new stand in time for the start of the 2021-22 season, with work due to begin by January 2019.
There are no plans for the club to move away from Craven Cottage while work is taking place.