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Farhad Moshiri’s two Everton wishes shared in 777 Partners saga as deadline set



Kaveh Solhekol has shared the two wishes Farhad Moshiri has regarding 777 Partners and Everton, which he wants completed before the end of the week to bring any confusion to an end.

The prospective Toffees owners have come under fire in recent weeks for financial issues which have seen late payments nearly cause major issues at Goodison Park.


Solhekol has spoken out on Sky Sports News [8 May, 5:04 pm], suggesting that outgoing owner Moshiri has two hopes before the final home game versus Sheffield United on 11 May.

He said: “There are two things Farhad Moshiri wants: he wants clarity and he also wants a resolution.

“He wants the whole saga resolved before Everton play their final home game of the season this Saturday against Sheffield United.”

How quickly can Everton resolve 777 Partners’ issues?

Given that 777 Partners have struggled to meet deadlines with Standard Liege, leaving players and staff unpaid for months, Everton might look to steer clear.


The investment group have been providing the Toffees with loans to help cover the day-to-day running costs of the club.

With that being said, being fully taken over by the firm could prove to be dangerous given their pre-existing issues

The Bramley Moore Dock stadium investment and a debt of over £330million, according to The Guardian, may make new owners hard to find.

Everton Bramley Moore Dock Stadium

Work is ongoing at Everton’s new stadium at Bramley Moore Dock

Given that Moshiri is looking to resolve any problems as quickly as possible, it may prove tough and he may have to cut ties with 777 Partners.

Although this may make sense given the issues they have had in recent weeks, they are essentially keeping the club alive.

Everton’s current ownership must tread carefully with the American firm as they seek out new investment from elsewhere…

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