Notts County have received assurances from Paragon Interiors’ administrators that they are supportive of Owner and Chairman Alan Hardy’s attempts to sell the club.
Paragon went into administration yesterday and representatives from Leonard Curtis have since been in close consultation with Mr Hardy.
Meanwhile, the club wish to make supporters aware of their ongoing dialogue with HMRC.
Club representatives have been in detailed discussions with HMRC officials since a payment became due just three weeks ago.
The club offered a payment plan starting on 21 February to clear the debt in full over a four-week period. However, HMRC have taken what Notts County consider to be an extremely aggressive approach, which has seen HMRC issue a winding up petition against the club.
As a result, this winding up petition has now been listed.
Supporters are assured that the matter will be settled in good time.