By Matthew Shaw

11th Sep, 2022 | 9:10am

Kaminski Group still interested in acquiring Everton Football Club, situation does not change

The situation regarding the Kaminski Group and Everton Football Club has not changed months down the line, according to the Liverpool ECHO.

It has been reported by the newspaper on its website that the group consisting of Maciek Kaminski, Peter Kenyon and John Thornton have not changed their stance since releasing a statement back in July.

The US consortium admitted they remained interested and expressed regret over not getting a deal over the line at the end of last season.

Everton and Farhad Moshiri are said to have moved on though, and remain focused on delivering on their promises to the fans.

The owner urged fans to judge the club at the end of the latest transfer window after a quiet start, and money was spent to really take the Toffees in a new direction.

Outside investment is still possible though, with the new stadium to be completed and plans to continue this new start for Frank Lampard and the club.

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This situation is always remaining open it seems, despite the clear reluctance.

It looks as though the Kaminski Group can either get on board with minority investment, or they can look elsewhere with Moshiri remaining committed to the cause.

After the turbulence of the 2021-22 season at Goodison Park, it looks as though the summer was the perfect chance to get a takeover done, but that didn’t happen and we can draw a line through that.

Moshiri has started again with ties being cut and new relationships being formed as he looks to get Everton back on the right track after too many years out of the spotlight.

With the new stadium quickly approaching, there is surely little to no chance of this takeover happening now, with the best chance of it eventually taking place minority investment to start with.

Everton and Moshiri may be on the lookout for that soon, so it will be interesting to see if it changes anything.