Gateshead have been forced out of the International Stadium offices due to outstanding debts owed to Gateshead Council, but a deal to takeover the club is believed to have been agreed in principle.
Heed players and staff are no longer permitted to use the office, gym or training facilities until an agreement is reached with Gateshead Council to settle said debts.
However, it is being reported that former Rochdale chairman Chris Dunphy is set to take over the club.
BREAKING NEWS: A deal has been agreed in principle for former Rochdale chairman Chris Dunphy to take over @GatesheadFC. A deal is in the hands with legal teams as we speak.
The club are still permitted to use the stadium pitch, stand and changing room facilities on a matchday in order to fulfill its remaining four National League fixtures at the International Stadium during their play-off push.
Alternate training arrangements will be made to ensure that the preparations for the final games of the season are not affected.