Dundee managing director John Nelms has revealed that the club’s stadium move is finally gaining momentum after feeling like it had “stalled forever”.
Nelms hopes to be able to confirm firm details in the “near future” but took the opportunity to update supporters on the switch from Dens Park to Camperdown in his programme notes for the match against Celtic.
He said: “We seem to be finally starting to make progress on the financing of the new stadium project and anticipate getting the new project moving forward again.
“It feels like it has been stalled forever as we negotiated with the City of Dundee, who were and continue to have quite a bit of trouble with their own budgets.
“On the other hand, Scottish Government has been very helpful with their guidance during this part of the process.
“Don’t get me wrong – there are still many obstacles to overcome, but it feels like momentum is swinging back in our favour and hope to have better news in the near future.”