Moss addressed fans at an event last week to outline his plans for the future of the Club and explained that full completion on the deal is expected by the end of the month.
The former Wasps player encouraged fans to provide every support possible to the team at home games this season.
“Clearly the Club has seen a drop in numbers at Adams Park over the past couple of years and we need to turn that around,” he said.
“Our overall aim is to get Wasps back on a sound financial footing and ensure the Club is sustainable long-term. We will do our bit to offer a much better match-day experience for supporters at Adams Park on and off the pitch, and in turn we need all Wasps supporters to do their bit and get down to the ground as often as they can.”
Moss outlined that developing a new stadium for the Club was a key priority in the coming years and also explained that negotiations were on-going to entice a number of major sponsors to the Club.
“We have come into this late,” he explained, “but we are working extremely hard to get these in place for the start of the season. They will provide us with key investment but I must be clear that the consortium taking on ownership of the Club are not doing so for emotional reasons. We are doing this for business reasons with our ambition being to stabilise the Club’s finances and go forward from there.”
"We have a strong handle on the costs of running the business but we need to stabilise the variables such as the match-day attendances. These have got to improve and we cannot do it without the fans.”
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