The Western Sydney Wanderers will reveal their new $300-million stadium with a blockbuster well disposed against Leeds United in July.
Title side Leeds are in the race to be elevated to the Premier League out of the blue since Socceroos legend Mark Viduka driven them in objectives in 2003-04.
“We can hardly wait to get into our stadium,” Western Sydney CEO John Tsatsimas said on Monday.
“Clearly the occasions of the end of the week exhibited the requirement for a football-explicit stadium and a Wanderers-particular stadium for our fans and the area.
“We can not be prouder to have Marcelo Bielsa and his group in July 2019.”
Tsatsimas stayed certain the club wouldn’t confront indistinguishable issues from NRL club Parramatta did in arranging a long haul manage the stadium.
The Wanderers and stadium administrators are somewhere down in talks, notwithstanding, it is foreseen that an assention won’t be come to until halfway through one year from now.
“This Leeds diversion is a show of where we sit regarding our relationship, not withstanding that we haven’t completed a long-shape understanding up ’til now,” Tsatsimas said.
“It’s everything steam ahead making arrangements for next season as far as where we’re going.
“We can hardly wait to get in to ease a ton of the issues not just regarding the surface and introduction, yet additionally the planning difficulties that we’ve had.”