Wasps statement on stadium move

Date published: August 31 2014

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Wasps have responded over growing speculation regarding their possible future stadium in a statement on Sunday.

Wasps have responded over growing speculation regarding their possible future stadium in a statement on Sunday.

The Rugby Paper has linked the club with moving their games to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.

Quick to address any speculation given possible negotiations to move away from Adams Park in High Wycombe remain sensitive, Wasps have moved quickly to discuss the rumours.

“Wasps are aware of media reports in recent days linking the club to a number of possible new stadiums,” read the statement.

“Wasps has made no secret of a desire to find a permanent home which reflects the ambitions of the club.

“We can confirm the search for a permanent home is continuing.

“However, all discussions are subject to confidentiality requirements and are therefore commercially sensitive; as such they have to remain confidential for the time being and we cannot make any further comment.

“We appreciate speculation may be unsettling for our supporters and assure them we are working hard behind the scenes to secure the long-term success of the club and finding a new home we can all be proud of.”

Wasps moved to Adams Park in 2002 after playing their games at Loftus Road.

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