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Everton takeover decision verdict dropped amid 777 Partners-Premier League meeting

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Major doubts have emerged over the financial future of Everton amid the impending takeover by 777 Partners, according to the Telegraph.

 

The newspaper reported on its website on 4 March that there is pressure mounting on the Premier League to green light the takeover.

 

That’s because the Toffees are understood to have working capital only until 31 March and new loans are not on the cards.

 

Everton face tricky financial future until 777 Partners takeover

The unresolved takeover by 777 Partners poses significant financial jeopardy for Everton.

 

With working capital and stadium financing secured only until 31 March, the club faces a looming crisis if the deal remains unresolved.

 

The Premier League’s prolonged decision-making process adds further uncertainty, potentially extending the timeline for resolution by another week or more.

 

The Toffees’ recent reduction in points deduction offers some reprieve, but their on-field performance has faltered, exacerbating concerns.

 

Additionally, 777’s reluctance to provide further loan funding during the takeover uncertainty amplifies the club’s financial vulnerability.

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Allegations surrounding one of 777’s subsidiaries also cast shadows over the deal and this is not ideal for anyone involved.

 

The club’s future hangs precariously, with implications not only for financial stability

 

but also for on-field competitiveness and long-term development, especially regarding the ambitious Bramley-Moore Dock project.

 

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