The businessman leading a bid to bring Plymouth Argyle out of administration says that the Football League are all that stands in the way of the deal going though.
Kevin Heaney says Bishop International has the funds to complete the deal. "Proof of security has been provided to the administrator's lawyers and it's up to the Football League to accept that position," he said.
Acting chairman Peter Ridsdale would then buy the League Two club for a nominal fee. On his purchase of the club, Heaney continued: "The League has to be satisfied that they [BI] don't just have money today, but for the next year or two."Reuse content