A recent report has claimed that Everton ‘could go into administration next month,’ amid rumours that their takeover by 777 Partners could fall through.
777 Partners has signed an agreement with Farhad Moshiri to acquire his full stake in Everton, which accounts for 94.1 per cent of the club’s shares.
Everton ‘close’ to full takeover by American firm 777 Partners; it could be bad news for Toffees fans
Miami-based investment firm 777 Partners are ‘close’ to agreeing a full takeover of Everton, with Farhad Moshiri looking to cut his losses.
Farhad Moshiri has joined Everton’s board as non-executive director and Bill Kenwright will stay on as chairman, the Premier League club have announced.
Everton ‘set to be sold’ for £600m; ‘American investment fund’ placed as Moshiri’s ‘preferred bidder’
According to reports, Farhad Moshiri’s reign at Everton is ‘nearing an end’ as the Premier League club are ‘set to be sold’ to an American investment fund.
Losing at home to Newcastle was to be expected, but it was a result that left Everton in the relegation zone while still suffering existential doubts.
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright intervened to stop Everton signing former West Ham United striker Marko Arnautovic in January, according to reports.
Everton are up for sale. Or maybe they’re not. Their players are up for sale. Or maybe they’re not. It’s the season of mixed messaging at Goodison Park.
Everton sale: Farhad Moshiri reveals ‘done deal’ is ‘close’ amid rumours of club being ‘up for sale’
Farhad Moshiri has insisted that Everton are “not for sale” but he has confirmed that a deal is “close” as he looks to bring in “top investors”.
Under-fire co-owner Farhad Moshiri is willing to sell Premier League club Everton for ‘more than £500million’, according to The Guardian.
Carragher delivers damning verdict on Moshiri and names Everton as the ‘worst-run club in the country’
Jamie Carragher has had his say on the sacking of Frank Lampard and where he thinks the club has gone wrong over the last few years.
Everton owner Moshiri ‘in favour’ of Lampard successor but Ornstein hints at potential board backlash
Everton owner Farhad Moshiri is reportedly ‘in favour’ of appointing former Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa following Frank Lampard’s departure.
Everton owner Farhad Moshiri admits his sackings of former managers were driven by adverse fan reaction amid growing pressure on Frank Lampard.
Everton owner Farhad Moshiri has confirmed that he still has “faith” in Frank Lampard and the board of directors despite their poor recent form.
“I want to reassure all of you that Everton Football Club is not for sale,” Moshiri said in the summer. It is though.
Supporters had staged walk-outs and sit-ins at matches last season…
A consortium led by former Man Utd and Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon was in negotiations to purchase the Toffees.
Everton survived relegation and their owner has apologised for cutting it so fine. That doesn’t mean they don’t have work to do this summer.
Farhad Moshiri has apologised to and thanked Everton supporters after a dreadful season from which he swears to have already learned mistakes.
Everton have published their company accounts for the 2020/21 season and… it’s not great.
The Toffees now sit just four points above the relegation zone…
Everton appear to have selected Rafael Benitez’s replacement…
The Toffees owner was “approached recently by a consortium of interested bidders”, according to reports…
Everton are in a genuine relegation battle and that makes losing to Norwich a sackable offence.
“He’s the one with who is going to produce that stadium. Without him there probably is no stadium.”
“Moshiri doesn’t know how to run Everton Football Club… Who in their right mind brings Benitez to Everton?”
Everton owner Farhad Moshiri remains behind Rafa Benitez despite recent results…
“After my last experience [at Newcastle], not spending any money, it is great to have owners with this spirit.”
Everton supporters are justified in opposing the appointment of Rafa, but he should do well at Goodison.
The Everton owner has defended his decision to appoint Liverpool legend Rafa Benitez as Toffees boss.