A proposed merger between top French sides Racing 92 and Stade Francais has been called off, BBC reports.
The clubs, who are based in Paris and play in the Top 14 league, announced their intention to merge six days ago.
However, Racing 92 president Jacky Lorenzetti said, in agreement with Stade president Thomas Savare, they were "giving this project up".
Stade Francais players began an open-ended strike last week, denouncing what they deemed a takeover in disguise.
They refused to train or play against Castres this weekend, forcing Saturday's game to be postponed, while the French league also called off Racing's game against Montpellier.