Everton owner denied media reports about plans to sell the club

Iranian-British businessman Farhad Moshiri has said he has no plans to sell English football club Everton. According to information Goal, Mr. Moshiri is looking for sports investors. Earlier media reported that Everton were put up for sale for at least £500 million.

“The club is not for sale, but I have spoken to top investors, really good ones, to fill the losses due to the stadium,” Farhad Moshiri told the club's supporter advisory board. Mr. Moshiri added that he was close to making a deal with one of the investors. He emphasized that this would not be considered a sale of the club.

In September 2022 Financial Times informed about Everton being put up for sale. According to the publication, the club could be bought by American businessman Maciek Kaminsky for £400 million. January 24 The Guardian informedthat Farhad Moshiri put the club up for sale. According to the publication, he is ready to consider offers from potential buyers starting from £500 million. He owns 94.1% of the club.

The Guardian also recalled that Mr Moshiri spent at least £550 million on building a stadium for the team. The club's losses were estimated at £372.6m.

About the situation in the club - in the material "Kommersant" "Mentor of short duration".

Olesya Pavlenko

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