Pressure has mounted on Teague's shoulders throughout the 2021 campaign, with the Blues tipped to part ways with their senior coach following a 13th-placed finish and 8-14 record.
Carlton were believed to make the call as early as Monday, as Teague met with key members of the club this morning, while an early-week all-club meeting was cancelled.
In a statement released by Carlton, the Blues are set to consult "senior leaders" of the club on the findings of the review, but will take the required time before arriving to outcomes.
The letter, which was sent to members, prompted that Teague will be involved in the discussions surrounding the review, likely delaying any call on the coach's future.
“With our AFL season complete, our club is now in a position to fully brief the senior leaders of the Football Department on the review findings. This process will commence this week and will involve consultation between the Board and football department regarding the recommendations provided,” Sayers said in the club's statement.
“The Club will take the necessary time required to absorb this review and any outcomes or decisions will be made on the timeframe that is in the best interest of the Club, not based on external expectations or pressure.
Carlton President Luke Sayers says Blues won’t be rushed into decisions. “The Club will take the necessary time required to absorb this review… decisions will be made on the timeframe that is in the best interest of the Club, not based on external expectations or pressure.
— Jake Benoiton (@JakeBenoiton) August 22, 2021
“As always, I remain committed to continue being open and transparent with our members and supporters regarding any outcomes and decisions that will arise out of this review, including the summarised findings, and as such, once this process is complete, our members will be the first to know.”
Teague has recently hit out at his club for their handling of the review and leaks to the media, whilst stating he has not gained the support he had hoped for from the club.
The 40-year-old took over the reigns as Carlton's coach midway through the 2019 season and has managed 21 wins from his 50 games in charge of the Blues.