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Everton could be forced to cash in on Amadou Onana

Everton could be forced to sell some of their key players in the next summer window, irrespective of where they finish at the end of the season. 

Farhad Moshiri has already sold the club in September but the potential new owners, 777 Partners, are yet to receive the green light from the Premier League.

The Times recently reported that 777 are getting “frustrated” with the delay. Everton got four points back, but they are about to face another round of hearings for breaching PSR rules.

While everyone expects them to avoid relegation this season, Premier League safety is far from certain. If they go down, and no takeover goes through, it could lead to a massive financial disaster.

According to a report from talkSPORT, Everton are “being propped up by potential new owners 777 Sports by as much as £20m per month”, and as a result, further delay means they will have to look into the transfer market to raise funds.

The Toffees could be forced to sell their bankable assets including Amadou Onana, Jordan Pickford, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

Amadou Onana likely to leave Everton

The 22-year-old has been a key player for the Toffees. He has made 17 starts in the Premier League and has scored two goals.

He is a dynamic midfielder and could develop into a world-class player in the future under a great manager. The likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, and Arsenal have been linked with a move for the Belgian midfielder, and the Toffees could demand a fee in the region of £60m for him.

Everton fans will hope that the new ownership goes through at the earliest, but no decision has been taken yet. Above all, Sean Dyche’s side must win games at the moment and look to stay clear of the relegation zone.

The Toffees haven’t won a Premier League game this year, and they are badly struggling at the moment.

In other Everton news, the Toffees have set their sight on signing 23-year-old ‘absolutely magnificent’ defender. 

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