Cardiff City Supporters' Trust has responded to this morning's announcement.
Trust chairman Tim Hartley said the group "welcomes" the proposed investment and plans to tackle the club's debts.
He warned that there needed to be more clarity over the actual commercial benefits over the changing of the club's home shirt to red.
Mr Hartley also called for supporters to have representation on the board of the club. "It is vital that the voice of the ordinary supporter is heard", he said.
There are still questions that need to be answered such as what happens to the proposed investment if there is no deal over historical debts with Langston and how much will actually be invested and over what period.
The club announces a revised kit and logo, along with 'ambitious' plans for a new training facility, as part of a 'major' investment.
Cardiff City say that talks between Dato Chan Tian Ghee and the club's board have ended.
The owners of Cardiff City meet to discuss the future of the club on Tuesday.