In a statement to the Stock Exchange, the club also said that, if the proposals are accepted, nobody from the current board would be forced to stand down.
But we then had a statement from the Jim McColl/Murray camp yesterday afternoon that insisted there was no 'vote of confidence' in the current regime and that all directors, new or old, would have to stand for re-election at the AGM in October.
Once again, there is confusion over what the situation is and fans are being left in the dark wondering what is going on at their club.
On the face of it, I can't argue with what has been put on the table and I would be happy for Paul, Frank and John to join the board.
I have said in this column for some time that we need Rangers men on the board at Ibrox, people who have been there, done it and have the best interests of the club at heart.
We need people who want to be there for the long haul for the love of Rangers, not in it for the short-term and to earn a few quid and shoot off again.
I don't know Frank Blin personally but he has got a great reputation and is very highly respected in his field. If Jim McColl backs him, that is certainly good enough for me. And I am sure it will be good enough for the majority of Rangers fans, many of whom are keen to see Frank take a seat at the Ibrox top table.
As far as John McClelland is concerned, he did a great job for Rangers before and I am sure he will do again, if indeed he does return to the club as chairman.
He took over when David Murray lost interest and did a very good job for Rangers, cutting the wages and sorting out the finances. He knows what the club is all about and he won't come back on board for the short-term.
I have got no problems with John returning, I think it would be a good appointment and a good move for Rangers.
Paul Murray is someone I know personally, I know his love for Rangers and his credentials in a business sense as well.
He is someone who has supported the club all his life and he has put his money into Rangers for many, many years. He could have walked away when the Blue Knights didn't get the club but he didn't.
He cares that much about Rangers and he wants to get involved again because he feels he can help them. He wants to come back in again and I am sure his appointment, if it does go through, will go down well with fans.
He is someone they know and that they can trust. I am happy with the proposals that have been put forward. We can see people that we know and that we can trust getting closer to a seat on the board.
I would have no problems with the latest proposals being put into action. Some people might say that having nine men on the board is too much. I don't mind if there is 15 there, as long as they are working for the best interests of Rangers and for the fans, who have stuck by the club through all of this and just want it to come to an end so that we can start looking forward with positivity.
Paul feels for the club. Just because he was there before doesn't mean he will be bad. He knows the club, knows what it has gone through and knows football. I think him, Blin and McClelland coming on board would be excellent.
We need the right people with the right qualifications to run the club and these three guys have that.
McColl was never going to put any money into Rangers. He is a concerned fan that wants things done right but he doesn't want to be involved hands-on. He couldn't sit back and do nothing, though, and that is why he has tried to do what he thinks is the best course of action.
The board there just now know that this could be a huge problem for them so they are trying to get a compromise.
The big question will then be who is running the club? If you have nine board members, who is calling the shots? If John comes back as chairman, will he run the club or will it be Craig Mather?
We can't have daily board meetings to make decisions. John and Craig will have to work very closely together.
You will have fans who have reservations about these latest developments. But Paul and John have Rangers at heart, they will make a difference and their possible appointments to the board are a step in the right direction.
This saga has gone on for too long and, unfortunately, I am sure there will still be plenty of twists and turns ahead before everyone is satisfied with the outcome.