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Everton: Ex-Manchester United & Chelsea chief Peter Kenyon leads group hoping to buy club

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Posted: 14/06/22 - 11:46
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Former Manchester United and Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon is leading a consortium hoping to buy Everton.

The club's owner Farhad Moshiri is known to be open to investment options around the funding of the new stadium.

However he has not ruled out selling equity stakes in the club.

Now a director of football consultancy business Opto Advisers, Kenyon has worked on several deals in recent years and was linked with a bid for Newcastle United before their Saudi takeover.

The group led by the former Chelsea chief is understood to include wealthy US-based businessmen Maciek Kaminski and John Thornton.

I Call True: Looks like Everton might be due a bit of cash to invest in new players then!

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FFS short of buyers
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With the obscene amounts of TV cash flowing these Prem clubs it's little wonder they never seem shirt if buyers.
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These massive purchases, surely the investors cant think that they will ever make a profit?
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I wonder how many different bids are being put in for the club?