Bolton Wanderers: Ken Anderson hopes to resolve Dean Holdsworth ownership issue
Bolton Wanderers chairman Ken Anderson has revealed the club are currently losing £800,000 a month.
They face the threat of administration unless a deal is struck between Anderson and director Dean Holdsworth.
The pair led the consortium that bought the club for £7.5m, but Anderson is now seeking to become the sole owner.
He told BBC Radio Manchester: "We're both sensible people and want the best for the club, I think it will happen sooner rather than later."
Speaking at a fans' forum on Tuesday, Anderson said he was "very confident" there would be a resolution.
He also told supporters:
- They will have 11 contracted players next season with 17 players out of contract
- He expects no players to leave in January
- Manager Phil Parkinson is not looking to add to his squad
- The club could break even next season when the big earners leave
- There has been no foreign interest in making an investment
Bolton, who were relegated from the Championship last season, are just a point behind leaders Scunthorpe after their 4-0 win over Gillingham on Monday.