Accrington Stanley assistant manager Jimmy Bell has admitted that the club may be forced to sell players to secure their long-term survival.
The Reds are set to avoid the threat of a winding-up petition over unpaid taxes, but may still have to make sacrifices to make ends meet.
Bell told the Lancashire Evening Telegraph: "We've had nothing concrete, no approaches, just a couple of phone calls.
"Possibly we might have to sell players and with the likes of Michael Symes, Robert Grant, Jimmy Ryan and Phil Edwards I couldn't say they're not for sale, because everyone is at the right price.
"But any offer would have to be on the merits of what they are worth rather than what the club's situation is."