Date: 16th November 2010 at 5:23pm
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Wednesday will ask for a two-week court adjournment at the High Court tomorrow as negotiations continue to find a new buyer to save the club.

The club have been deep in negotiations with interested parties at Hillsborough today as Wednesday look to find someone to save them from being forced into administration.

The club is in the High Court over an unpaid tax bill tomorrow and it was thought the Co-op Bank could force the club into administration if they failed to find a buyer today.

But with four parties reported to still be interested in a takeover, the club will ask for a two-week adjournment tomorrow in a bid to complete a deal and pay off the bill.

Leicester City chairman Milan Mandaric has confirmed a bid has been made for the club, but the front-runners are believed to be consortiums led by Mick Wright and Spencer Fearn.

Another Middle Eastern group is also said to be in discussions at S6.