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Notts County to be sold to new owner within next four weeks?

Joe Jones

Notts County are expected to be sold within the next four weeks, according to reports.

The Nottingham Post claims that current owner Ray Trew is concluding a deal for the club, who are reportedly also the subject of a winding up petition by HMRC.

The case is said to have been adjourned until 25 April, to allow time for the sale to go through, but sources close to the club have reportedly claimed the debt will be settled should it fall through.

Details of the alleged new buyer are unknown – the only individual to make his interest public is local businessman Alan Hardy, chief executive of the Paragon Group.

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