Scottish Football League chief executive
The possible stripping of trophies is another obstacle which could derail
Before signing the membership agreement with the SFA, the Ibrox club wants the SPL to drop its investigation into alleged dual contracts while the SPL has its own concerns with regards the SFL and
It is believed broadcasters are not keen to sign up to an SPL deal without having access to the Govan club's games.
If Doncaster was unable to bring
It is also believed that several top-flight clubs could face financial problems if there is any reduction or delay in the routine £645,000 ($972,208) payment from the SPL which is expected on
There has to be a five-way agreement between the SFA, SPL, SFL, old
The SFL's media agents, IMG, has invited bids from interested parties with a Monday deadline and Press Association Sport understands the SPL will be one of the bidders.
Longmuir told Press Association Sport: "We will look at the options we have on Monday and Tuesday.
"If the SPL happen to be one of the bidders we will assess that as well.
"They are at liberty to pitch to us as anyone else.
"I am comfortable that we will get there this week."
The SPL wants an independent commission to rule on whether the Govan club breached regulations with alleged undisclosed payments to players between 2001 and 2010.
The Ibrox club and their fans claim they have already been punished enough and manager Ally McCoist said he would 'never accept' stripping the club of titles.
Talks will continue on Monday but the current stand-off does little more than add to the sense of uncertainty and chaos that has enveloped Scottish football in recent months.
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