Chief Executive of Coventry City, Tim Fisher, says the club has lined up a groundshare deal on an interim basis while a new home is built for the Sky Blues in wake of the Ricoh rent-row.
It's a new era and we retained specialists some months ago to advise us on where to build a new stadium for the club - and in the immediate Coventry area."
Fisher would not speculate on which team Coventry City would share a homeground with but he did say that it was not their decision to leave the Ricoh, but that a new stadium would be up and running within three years.
'All this will be in full consultation with the fans - starting with the upcoming forums.'
The sale of Coventry City has been completed, but the Football League still needs to decide on its future
Members of the Sky Blues Trust, a supporters' group, have given a letter to the club's administrator.
Sources at Coventry City say the club is in ‘advanced talks’ with Walsall over plans to temporarily play at Bank's Stadium.