Karren Brady has made it clear there will be no major signing to mark the Irons arrival at the Olympic Stadium saying: “That’s not of major importance to us. ”
In a major interview with Sky Sports, the vice chairman revealed the club expected to pass the 35,000 season tickets sold mark by mid January and declared that every game will be sold out next season.”
She explained the club would move in around the 27th-29th of June adding:that once the 35,000 tickets had been sold in January the remainder would go to Protiy List members.
But she warned: “There’s five times more people on it than tickets available. We will be sold out for every match.”
And asked about a marquee signing she said: “No, that’s not important to us.What is that we have the best possible West Ham team on the pitch playing well and entertaining the fans. ”
And she declared of the club’s immediate ambitions: “We want to give a fitting end to the Boleyn. This is an emotional decision and people don’t like change.
“When people see the size of the stadium, how easy it is to get to, that it’s a world stage and the fourth biggest in the country they will realise just how important this opportunity is for West Ham.”