Premier League and Everton met in SECRET to discuss FFP Breaches – Reports

777 Partners is reported to take over the Everton Football Club.

Premier League and Everton met in SECRET to discuss FFP Breaches – Reports

Everton are set to be sanctioned by the Premier League (via EFC Daily & Premier League)

The Premier League charged Everton for potential beaches in Financial Fair Play in March. Following the incident, Everton have come forward to deny any wrongdoing. Moreover, the club is also in talks of a potential takeover by 777 Partners in a region of £550 million. The Premier League and Everton are reportedly meeting in “secret” to discuss the ramifications and sanctions of the same.


It is understood that an independent commission began investigations on Tuesday. Moreover, the club and the League are making submissions on their behalf, behind closed doors. Moreover, it is likely that there will be a conclusion to the same sometime next week. Additionally, the League will announce penalties and/or sanctions if any, as guided by the commission.

The commission is likely to announce its verdict in the following month. Everton were booked by the League on grounds that the club reported losses amounting to over £372 million. The exciting limit in the League is £105 million. However, the club has denied any wrongdoing on their part. The club argues that it received allowances from the League in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Premier League set to return as Everton make tough visit to Anfield

Club football is set to resume after a two-week-long break from international football. The Premier League is set to resume with a high-octane clash, as Liverpool host local rivals Everton. The Merseyside derby comes at a moment when Liverpool find themselves confirmatory in 4th. The visitors, however, are in a tough spot, in 16th.

Everton vs Liverpool last season
Everton vs Liverpool last season. (Via

Liverpool are on the back of a disappointing draw against Everton, while the Toffees are coming off a much-needed win against Bournemouth. Everton will go into the tie as underdogs, but the possible unavailability of Darwin Nunez offers relief. The Uruguayan striker ended the game against Brazil with a cramp.

Meanwhile, Andy Robertson is a definite no-go for the Reds after sustaining a shoulder dislocation against Spain last week. Cody Gakpo is also doubtful as he makes a return from injury. Curtis Jones remains suspended after picking up a 3-match-ban for a red card against Tottenham, and so is Diogo Jota. But Jurgen Klopp’s men will be looking to win it as the game ended 2-0 in favor of Liverpool when the two sides met back in February.

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