Secret talks broke up last week with Paul Caddick, the chairman of Leeds Cricket Football and Athletic Club, claiming Yorkshire had walked out in protest at a planned press release.
But at a press conference yesterday, the Yorkshire chief executive, Chris Hassell, stressed: "We would be quite happy to begin negotiations again with Mr Caddick.
"We have received a number of ultimatums and threats which we are not too pleased about. We we have been trying to negotiate in an acceptable manner."
Hassell claimed Caddick's proposals to re-develop Headingley "lacked substance" and were "no more than a model proposal''.
Yorkshire claim they entered talks with Caddick to discuss the viability of Headingley's re-development and insist their proposed move to a purpose- built stadium in Wakefield was still "very much alive''.
Caddick welcomed Hassell's invitation to re-open talks, saying: "We do not intend to open a public debate on the details of our negotiations.''Reuse content