All parties bidding to buy the Bulls must table their offers to Leeds-based administrator David Wilson by the close of play today.
Up to four groups, including the current board of directors, are vying for control of the club.
London-based businessman Richard Lamb yesterday met Wilson and is expected to see him again today before making an official offer.
Lamb also headed to the Provident Stadium yesterday to meet with the Bulls’ current board of directors, who have a deal in place to buy the club from the administrator.
It is understood that Wilson will accept the highest bid, however, and a final decision is expected by Monday.