Port Vale manager Micky Adams has appealed to Stoke City to arrange a pre-season friendly.
At a news conference Adams said the clubs could put their rivalries aside to help Port Vale out of its financial difficulties.
Administrators at Port Vale reveal there are six potential buyers interested in purchasing club.
Two have gone public about their interest:
- Staffordshire pipe-making company IPP Group
- Stoke businessman Mo Chaudry who runs Waterworld.
– Micky Adams, Port Vale manager
"News about a possible 15-20 point deduction has come as a shock to me"
Port Vale administrators have revealed the club could face a further 15-20 point deduction, which see them relegated them from league
The deduction would occur if the club fails to agree a way out of administration with creditors acceptable to the Football League.
Port Vale Football Club will be formally placed into administration at the High Court in Birmingham tomorrow morning after an application by Stoke City Council, the club's biggest creditor.