Macclesfield chief executive Mike Rance has admitted a ground move is "a real possibility" for the League Two outfit.

The Moss Rose side are enjoying a 13th season in the Football League and have moved to restructure long-term debts of £1.7million with a share conversion.

Rance told BBC Radio Manchester: "Fans will ask me: 'Let's have a look at a picture of the new stadium'. Well, what we have is a vision."

He added: "It's further down the line but it's a real possibility. We know the Moss Rose is ageing and, because of the constraints at the current ground and the geography, our preference would be to do that in another site close to the town of Macclesfield."

Meanwhile, Silkmen forward Kris Dennis has extended his loan spell at Woodley Sports for another month.

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