A loan from property millionaire Steve Morgan is one of the main "hiccups" delaying the sale of Wrexham FC.
The plans involve redeveloping the Kop end of the stadium
Mr Morgan plans to lend money to Wrexham, but that could prevent him one day becoming a director of Liverpool FC, where he is a shareholder.
Neville Dickens, the man leading the takeover, said he was expecting a call from the Premier League which he hoped would resolve the problem on Tuesday.
The troubled club has been in administration since December 2004.
Mr Morgan, who launched building firm Redrow, was not available for comment on Tuesday, but it is thought his loan was crucial to the deal.
Premier League spokesman Dan Johnson said: "We have rules disqualifying a person acting as a director at one club if he has power to influence another club."
Mr Morgan is now chairman of Harrow Estates, the development company which is the preferred candidate to develop part of the Racecourse ground.
The plans involve a new stand, along with private apartments and student accommodation.
Wrexham FC and its administrators have been trying to finalise a deal to bring the club out of administration since May, when the club approved a take-over by the consortium led by car dealer Mr Dickens.
Dave Acland, from administrators Begbies Traynor, said there were "hiccups," but added they were still ready to complete the deal by the start of the season on Saturday.
He added: "This has to be resolved by Friday. We are ready to go but there are still stumbling blocks to overcome.
"Political pressure is being exerted to try and speed things up."
Ian Lucas, MP for Wrexham said he had been in talks to try to ensure the deal is done by Friday.
He added: "I don't think the issues are insurmountable. They are procedural issues that can be resolved.
"There is a real desire amongst everyone involved to get this sorted out. People have got to be patient."