MSP Sports Capital, who are reportedly looking to invest money into Everton have made demands about board seats amid the criticism faced.
According to the Daily Express (08/02, page 56), the current Toffees board has come under “major criticism” and MSP are looking to offer £105million to gain a 25 per cent stake in the club.
Apart from this, they also want two positions on the Everton board due to the unpopularity of the current members.
If they are to invest that kind of money, it only makes sense for them to get something in return and board seats are a valid demand.
The current Toffees board is known to make bad decision after another and if someone’s putting in such huge sums of money, they definitely have to say how the club will be run.
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Right now, Everton face a very serious threat of relegation so it’s not the wisest move in the world to invest money in and they’re taking a big risk on it.
Hopefully, this is something Farhad Moshiri accepts and slowly relinquishes control of the club in its entirety as he’s not done a good job as the owner.
Sean Dyche was not backed in the January transfer window and is now having to rely on the hopes that the club will back him with a free agent signing.
It’s understood that former Real Madrid attacking midfielder Isco wants to move to Goodison Park and it remains to be seen if that deal can be done.