The club's administrators announced last week that the financially-stricken club could fold unless more of the squad can be sold off to further reduce the wage bill at Fratton Park, with eight senior players understood to be in disagreement over unpaid salaries.
Supporters group SOS Pompey handed over an open letter to the players at the club's Eastleigh training ground on Monday in a bid to persuade players to compromise on their wages, while administrator Trevor Birch has said former owner Balram Chainrai and his company Portpin could pull out of their proposed deal to buy the club if more players are not moved on.
Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Taylor described the situation as embarrassing for the game and said some players had been "unfairly intimidated", but agreed all parties had to agree to lose out if the club was to stay in business.
"It's about everybody getting in the same room, the players, the club, the administrators, the potential new owners and deal with the situation rather than looking at it separately," Taylor told Sky Sports News.
"If not there's no transparency as to how serious the situation is. If this club is going to survive we need everybody to have something but not all that they are owed otherwise everybody's just going to get nothing."