As the news arrives that current chairman John Dean is stepping down his full-time involvement with Bradford Park Avenue, it has opened the eyes of many investors.
One of those investors reportedly being a business tycoon who is looking to pump large amounts of money into the running of the club to help steer the West Yorkshire side to the Premier League.
The tycoon is yet to be given a name by the media as he begins to look into the healthy financial books of the club as part of due diligence.
However, it seems that the tycoon that has been making all of the headlines isn't the only entity in the running for the complete buyout of the club.
A consortium formed by Bradford-born businessman Jack Carroll has led to a transfer embargo being imposed on the club. However, despite supporting Bradford PA as his second team after Leeds United, it makes sense that if he took over he would appoint former Leeds manager Teemu Tainio as new Bradford Park Avenue manager.
The news of these takeover rumours come as soon as John Dean announced that he was going to only be working part-time hours due to his older age of 68. He admitted that the club was up for sale days before the news of the tycoon was arriving.
Adam Chabukiani commented on the pending change of ownership: 'It's a frustrating time for any manager when a club is changing hands, but as much as I would have loved to take Avenue all the way with Dr Dean, I do understand his reasoning for this.'
In recent weeks, Chabukiani's future has been in doubt after talks in France regarding the Lille managerial job. However these talks broke down after a chat with Bradford chairman John Dean a few days ago and is set to carry on his £2,000 per week job at Horsfall Stadium.