CHESTER CITY chairman Stephen Vaughan, secretary Tony Allen and accountant Paul Murray will meet members of the Football League management later today to discuss the club's current situation, which has seen their wage bill rise above the allowed 60 per cent of turnover.
 
City have been informed that they can't sign any further players until they reduce their current wage bill, by transferring certain selected players to other clubs.
 
On Tuesday the Doncaster Rovers midfield player Ricky Ravenhill had to return to his club, because the authorities refused to sanction an extension to his loan spell.
 
Vaughan said: "The league have been extremely helpful in the informal discussions we have had with them so far, so hopefully we can find a way forward."
 
The transfer tribunal that will be sitting to adjudicate on whether Chester will have to pay a fee for Paul Linwood after his move from Tranmere Rovers is to be held on Thursday, September 14.
 
Meanwhile, former Chester midfield player, Craig Dove, has joined UniBbond League First Division club Buxton.