D.C. United has yet to announce a pact with new investors or unveil a new stadium plan, but recent comments from club president Kevin Payne point to progress on both fronts, The Washington Post reported.
"We've told the District [government] that we would like to sit down in the near future to further discuss our future in the city, but it makes more sense for that conversation to take place after potential changes in the composition of our ownership have taken place," Payne said. "We hope these conversations with new partners will come to fruition this spring and conversations with the District can resume in late spring or early summer."
It's the first time Payne has offered a nearly definitive timeline for serious negotiations.
Snooki awkwardly meets "Jersey Shore" nemesis Chris Christie.
Morgan Freeman can't stay awake during a TV interview. (Video)
Star-studded event raises millions for AIDS research. (Photos)
The Nickelodeon star's antics continue in New York City.