WREXHAM FC owner Alex Hamilton last night claimed a £10m bid for the Racecourse ground was on the table.
The controversial businessman said the offer was from a house builder.
He has also named his price for selling his major shareholding.
And the club could net up to £4m if the housing deal went through, added Mr Hamilton.
The Dragons look likely to be placed into administration on Friday.
Under the terms of Wrexham's lease with Crucialmove Ltd, owned by Mr Hamilton, the club would get one-third of any sale price.
"Assuming the housebuilder's offer is an opening bid, the price might eventually be agreed at £12m, which would give the club £4m," he said.
Wrexham are being pursued for more than £1m by the Inland Revenue and owe as much again to other creditors.
Mr Hamilton claimed the remaining balance, together with investment from any new owner of the club, would provide virtually all the money needed to build a new, smaller stadium for Wrexham.
Although he has already rejected two takeover bids from the fans-backed Wrexham Supporters Trust, while another by former Wrexham chairman Mark Guterman was withdrawn last Friday, Mr Hamilton re-affirmed he was ready to sell his 78% shareholding in the club.
"I want no more than I paid for the shares in the first place, together with repayment of my loans to the club and the interest on that money.
"I estimate the total to be in the region of £370,000," he said.
A spokesman for Wrexham Supporters Trust said it would be surprised if any recognised housebuilding company was prepared to undertake a redevelopment of the Racecourse.
"Wrexham county council has said it wants to buy the ground from Mr Hamilton and we still believe that to be Mr Hamilton's best option," said the spokesman.
Meanwhile, the trust has launched a telephone fundraising drive through which fans can make donations. Callers ringing 0904 043 5000 will hear a short thank-you message. Calls cost £1.50, of which least £1.07 will go to the fund.