If Kagami is completely disinterested in the outcome of all this then why wouldn't he give his shares to the Trust, or someone else?
The main danger at the moment seems to be his distance and lack of interest. No-one will refinance the club if the main shareholder won't.
On the other hand I don't imagine for a moment that he is hostile to the club or its fans, just indifferent. Chester, for example, went bust because the owner not only didn't care about the club but actively hated the fans.
If Kagami has written off all his investment and expects nothing back then he might as well let the Trust, or someone else, have a try at bailing the club out.
The Herald's freelance in Tokyo is perhaps a way to do this if it hasn't been done already.