The group of shareholders hoping to seize control at Ibrox has responded to appeals by the main Gers supporters organisations after holding talks with them last week.
The requisitioners, led by wealthy businessman Jim McColl, have taken legal action to discover the identities of the anonymous investors.
The findings are currently being scrutinised by McColl's lawyers and they are poised to make make the information public within days.
Blue Pitch and Margarita, who own over 10 per cent of the Glasgow giants between them were part of the takeover fronted by Charles Green last year.
They have backed the two remaining directors, Sandy Easdale and Brian Stockbridge, in the ongoing power struggle at Rangers.
The support of Blue Pitch and Margarita could possibly be enough to keep Easdale and Stockbridge on the board in a vote at a future AGM.
The AGM scheduled to be held on October 24 was postponed after the requisitioners won an action at the Court of Session in Edinburgh.
No alternative date has been arranged for the meeting - despite an offer to pay for the venue by businessmen Rangers fans.
Meanwhile, Peter Lawwell has hinted that he would excuse himself if he felt there was a conflict of interest in his position on the SFA board of directors.
South African businessman Dave King is seeking to become chairman of Rangers.
But the Scot will need approval from the SFA that he is a "fit and proper" candidate to be charged with the running of a Scottish football club.
His return requires ratification from the SFA board, which Lawwell is now a key part of.
The Celtic chief executive was reluctant to be ushered into a conversation and the possibilities of the vote.
However, he did suggest that he would not be present if he felt compromised making the decision.
He said: "My main interest is Celtic, to promote and maximise the interests of Celtic and maximise it's potential. That's my prime concern in life.
"But I wouldn't have taken the job on the SFA board if I felt the two couldn't be aligned.
"There are areas where there will be conflict, no question, like the Scottish Cup Final, where there were other bidders. I would excuse myself in terms of the final decision.
"I will do the job properly. There will be sensitive issues, but I don't think there will be too many where I would be conflicted.
"There's maybe one or two coming up, but that would be SFA board business and not for today."
Elsewhere, the SPFL have confirmed that the Ramsdens Cup Final between Rangers and Raith Rovers will be held at Easter Road in Edinburgh on Sunday, April 6, next year.