The Glovers Trust has invited Yeovil Town director Glenn Collis to speak with it about his rumoured interest in buying the club.
The statement suggests that Collis, who is one of two directors of the club alongside Chairman Scott Priestnall, has yet to take up the offer.
The Trust said: “The Glovers Trust board has, again, invited the group led by Glenn Collis to speak to us about their proposed bid for Yeovil Town FC. We have not had a response.
“There is an open invitation to them, should they wish to talk to us about their vision for the club and their plans for supporter and community engagement.”
In September, the Trust revealed it had been speaking with another consortium, understood to be led by Julian Jenkins, an ex-Cardiff City commercial director and CEO at Swiss side Servette for a spell.
It said at the time the Trust said Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) were in place which prevented those involved in discussions talking any more – yet the rumour mill has not stopped turning and Collis himself recently said he had “no problem” with talking to fans who contacted him on social media.
Happy to speak today, no issues with that at all.
— Glenn Collis (@GCollisYTFC) September 4, 2021
Speaking we are sure on behalf of most supporters, can the Gloverscast reiterate its plea for all these people who claim to have the best interests of our club at heart – say something, for the love of God!
Gloversblog – Something Has To Give – here