Wigan went into administration in July, incurring a 12-point deduction that saw the club relegated to League One.
The club is now attempting to sell assets in order to clear its debt, with the training ground – purchased from Bolton in 2015/16 season - another significant step in achieving that.
Wigan have already sold several of their first-team players since the season ended, including Antonee Robinson (Fulham), Kieffer Moore (Cardiff) and Jamal Lowe (Swansea).
Speaking in a press conference last week after reports of the sale emerged, administrator Gerald Krasner said: “We have sold the Euxton training ground – I don’t think that comes as a surprise to anyone.
“Why have we sold it? With respect, a League One club does not need two training grounds. We took the decision, we needed that money and to be in a position to go on in September.
“Completion will be in early September, at which time we’ll announce who has bought it – there has been a lot of publicity as to who people think have bought it. That money, when it comes in will give us a breathing space that is needed to keep going forward.
“When the Euxton money comes in early September, it gives us breathing space moving forwards.”
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