- The club owe HMRC £800,000.
- Buyers have three weeks to settle the debt, otherwise, the club faces administration or liquidation.
Nottingham MP Lillian Greenwood has called for an investigation into Notts County Football Club's financial situation, during Prime Minister's Questions today.
The world's oldest professional club is facing an uncertain future after a winding up order was triggered by HMRC.
The club, relegated from the Football League, owe HMRC £800,000.
Players and staff have not been paid for a number of weeks now, while owner Alan Hardy still tries to find a buyer for the club.