The Football League has said it cannot make progress with Massimo Cellino's bid to purchase Leeds.
A Leeds fans' group has questioned the intentions of prospective owner Cellino and claims the reputation of owners lies "in tatters".
Leeds' owners say they will contest a winding-up petition served by one of the club's main sponsors.
Leeds United will return to home comforts for the first time in five weeks when they welcome Bolton to Elland Road tomorrow.
The Whites' last home game was their 5-1 derby victory over Huddersfield at the start of February. A result that was overshadowed by the sacking the previous night of manager Brian McDermott, before his reinstatement the following day:
Leeds pair Ross McCormack and Rudy Austin are expected to start against Bolton, following international duty in midweek.
Defender Marius Zaliukas, midfielder Alex Mowatt and on-loan goalkeeper Jack Butland also returned from international action injury-free.
Jermaine Beckford is back for the Trotters, but will probably be on the bench against his former club.
According to the Yorkshire Post, prospective Leeds United owner, Massimo Cellino will be cleared of tax evasion.
The paper say they received an email from the controversial Italian's lawyer, Giovanni Cocco, where he claims he had “fully proved that Mr Cellino is not guilty” over alleged unpaid tax on a yacht he imported from the US.
Should Cellino be cleared, his 75% takeover of the Elland Road club is expected to be green-lighted by the Football League.
The case against Cellino will be held in Sardinia, and is due to start and finish on Tuesday.
When footballer Paul Robinson developed a blood clot on his lung last Easter, it left the Beverley born goalkeeper not only fighting for his football career, but also his life.
Luckily the former Leeds goalkeeper has made quite a comeback.
He is now back playing regularly for current club, Blackburn, and is being tipped for a return to the England squad in time for the World Cup in Brazil.
Dan Hewitt's been to meet him:
A sports lawyer has told Calendar that if the impending takeover of Leeds United by Italian entrenpreneur, Massimo Cellino, falls through the club could face insolvency.
Cellino, who is awaiting the green light from the football league to complete his purchase of Leeds, is facing accusations of tax evasion back home in Italy which threaten to scupper any deal.
But having already invested substantial sums, the club could be left with a large bill to pay. Chris Dawkes reports:
Leeds based sports lawyer, Richard Cramer, has been talking to Calendar's Chris Dawkes about the fresh uncertainty engulfing Leeds United.
He says the club could be vulnerable to entering administration again:
The takeover of Leeds United by controversial Italian entrepreneur, Massimo Cellino, has been plunged into doubt after it was revealed he faces tax evasion charges.
Cellino, who is awaiting confirmation from the Football League before completing his 75% takeover, will face a court case in his native country over unpaid tax on a yacht he imported from the US.
Leeds North-West MP, Greg Mulholland has met with the Football League over the takeover. He says they want the process to be resolved as quickly as possible:
The takeover of Leeds United by Italian entrepreneur Massimo Cellino has been plunged into doubt after it was revealed he faces tax evasion charges.
Cellino, who is awaiting confirmation from the football league before completing his 75% takeover, will face a court case in his native country over unpaid tax on a yacht he imported from the US.
It is thought he has already invested around £5 million into the club so if the deal to buy Leeds falls through it could have drastic consequences.
Leeds based sports lawyer, Richard Cramer, says the club needs a long term solution, and fast:
Former Leeds United goalkeeper, Paul Robinson, has spoken about when he was diagnosed with a blood clot in his lung:
The former Leeds United and England goalkeeper Paul Robinson has been telling Calendar about his fight back to fitness - after suffering a blood clot last year which left him seriously ill. Could he even get the call from Roy Hodgson to be in this summer's World Cup squad?