Charles Green has sent a letter to Scottish Football Association chief Stewart Regan hoping to organise a summit to help Rangers FC and Scottish football in general.
The Yorkshireman is hoping to take over the financially-stricken Glasgow club but first wants to meet with SFA chiefs to find a way to avoid a potential civil war following Rangers' decision to go the Court of Session to have their 12-month transfer embargo overturned.
"I want to have talks with Stewart Regan to find a way out of this for the good of Scottish football," he told SunSport.
"There is a balancing act here. We accept Rangers should be punished for the sins of the past. I am not disputing that, the SFA have an obligation to do that.
"But I have to stress that the fans of Rangers, administrators and myself feel the initial penalty given to the club was too harsh.
"Now there has to be a solution and a way out that doesn't cause carnage for the game in Scotland."