Farhad Moshiri receives four approaches for potential Everton sale
Farhad Moshiri may be forced to cut his losses and cash in on Everton as his disastrous run could be coming to an end.
According to the Mirror, the most progress has been made by former Manchester United and Chelsea CEO Peter Kenyon who fronts a consortium that includes American real estate tycoon Maciek Kaminski and John Thornton, a gold mining billionaire and an aide to former President Donald Trump.
It is understood that the price of the club could be a major stumbling block as it could be in the region of £1billion.
End of an era?
Moshiri has overlooked a torrid time in Everton’s recent history and fans would be happy to see the back of him.
However, given his investment into the club, he is not going to go away without ensuring that he’s compensated well enough.
The Toffees retaining their Premier League status will mean that their valuation remains intact and will not drop to the tune of hundreds of millions.
While any sale is going to be a complicated affair, the fact that Moshiri is considering to cash in will mean that it is a distinct possibility of it happening.
He knows that running a football club is not profitable and could feel it’s time to get out of it while they’re still in the top flight.
How this ends is anyone’s guess, but there appears to be a genuine interest in a potential purchase of the Toffees.