April 9 (Reuters) - Atos CEO Paul Saleh said the struggling French IT firm will wait until April 26 before considering any rescue plan by investors, including that of Onepoint CEO David Layani.

Layani, Atos' board member and CEO of its top investor Onepoint, has announced plans to lead a consortium including Paris-based Butler Industries to anchor a possible restructuring plan.

Atos on Tuesday gave existing stakeholders and third party investors until April 26 to submit financing proposals, including new money.

Saleh said in a call with journalists that Layani's plan would be taken into account like all other proposals at that time. (Reporting by Augustin Turpin and Dimitri Rhodes in Gdansk; editing by Milla Nissi)