I think "there would be a change" is more correct in English.
"Will" makes it more definite, if this is a sure thing.
I disagree -- the subjunctive "would" is used because we are quoting him, not because he is uncertain. Of course, colloquially people use the indicative in indirect speech, but "would" is certainly not wrong.
Could 'He said that there will be a move tomorrow' be ok?
As in chess?
must be "move"
Why now "he said there is gong to be a change tomorrow?