Financial crisis continues to plague the club.
Current Newcastle Knights coach Wayne Bennett said he is not ready to commit his future to the club until its managerial future is decided.
NRL boss Dave Smith has been in the ear of Bennett in a bid to try and ensures he stays at the club in 2015, however, the seven-time premiership winning coach said there was too much riding on it personally for him to commit now.
“I am not doing anything until I find out what is happening here,” he said.
“And this is not just about me.
“They (Newcastle’s new owners) might think they can get a better bloke or go in a different direction. There are a lot of conversations to be had.”
“It would have been better if it was done yesterday but the process has taken time. I should think that in a month or six weeks or so we should all know what we are doing.
“Quickness is ideal but it is more important to get it right.
“The NRL have done a wonderful job. Tony Crawford and staff have been outstanding to put this back together again. It was obviously broken and they have managed to get it back.
“Now it is a case of doing the next stage right also. If it takes an extra couple of weeks to do that then so be it.”
The Knights continue to real after former owner Nathan Tinkler relinquished his controlling stake in the club, after it was revealed the players and employees were not paid for a number of weeks, as pressure built from members and NRL fans.