Portsmouth City Council will hold an emergency meeting on Thursday to discuss the future of Portsmouth Football Club.
Council leader Gerald Vernon-Jackson is speaking to the Supporters' Trust about proposals to lend them £1.4 million pounds to take over the failing club.
Administrator Trevor Birch is considering another bid for Portsmouth from Portpin - a company owned by former Pompey owner Balram Chainrai.
But both bids rely upon the club's remaining high earners changing their terms and conditions or leaving Fratton Park before 10th August.
More top news
Philippa has Saturday's weather update in the east
Philippa has Saturday's weather update in the west
Four months since two brown bears were rescued from Bulgaria, they're now ready to be released into a new enclosure in Kent.