Hearts manager John McGlynn says he expects six unpaid players to be brought up to date with their wages by the close of business on Friday.
For the second month running, the Tynecastle club failed to meet the salaries of some of their squad, and manager McGlynn, when they fell due on Tuesday.
Hearts are already under a registration embargo from the Scottish Premier League after the delay in paying wages last month, with the league board due to meet on Monday to discuss possible further sanctions.
"The latest is that everyone will be paid by the end of play today," McGlynn said on Friday morning.
"We've just been told that, so I've not had any reaction from the players, but I'm sure they'll be happy."
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