BY ADAM SERRANO
Chivas USA co-owner Antonio Cué has confirmed that Chivas USA are in talks with cities in Los Angeles County for a potential move away from the Home Depot Center.
Chvias USA have shared the Home Depot Center since the club's inception in 2005 and have publically made it very clear that they have always sought to have their own residence away from the LA Galaxy. In a recent conversation with MLSsoccer.com, Cué stated that the club is indeed speaking to cities, who are interested in housing a Chivas USA Soccer-Specific stadium.
“There are a lot of cities asking for us to move and we're evaluating that, but it's going to take some time and right now, we're focusing on playing here this year,” said Cué. “We will study all the locations and when we are ready to make a move then we'll let everyone know. We're not ready now though because all of [the cities] seem to be pretty good.
“But we're obviously talking to a lot of cities that are all within LA and there is nothing outside of LA County,” Cue added.
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