GAA's director-general Tom Ryan is set to intervene directly in the ongoing row over Mayo GAA funding, and meet with US-based Tim O'Leary.
The Irish Independent reports that Croke Park officials have already met with the Mayo executive and were briefed on the dispute.
Tim O'Leary is head of the Mayo GAA International Supporters Club, which has been withholding € 250,000, which was raised at a gala function in New York last year, due to concerns over governance issues.
In a letter to the Mayo County Board dated this Monday November 25th, Tom Ryan offered whatever support and assistance may be required to Mayo GAA to reach a positive outcome.
The director-general also said they "would be glad" to meet Tim O'Leary and would "be grateful" for any assistance from the county board in making those arrangements.