Farhad Moshiri willing to sell Everton amid chaos at Goodison Park as report claims Toffees owner is looking for offers of over £500million

    Everton owner Farhad Moshiri is willing to sell the club, talkSPORT understands.

    The British-Iranian billionaire became Everton’s major shareholder in February 2016 but has not endeared himself to fans.

    Moshiri sacked Frank Lampard as Everton manager on Monday

    Moshiri sacked Frank Lampard as Everton manager on Monday

    And he could be out the door at Goodison Park too

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    And he could be out the door at Goodison Park too

    Having overseen six permanent managers (and three caretaker managers), Everton have lacked stability during Moshiri’s premiership.

    This, plus a number of poor signings, has seen the nine-time English champions go on a steady decline.

    The Toffees narrowly avoided relegation from the Premier League last season but find themselves in a relegation fight once again this term.

    Moshiri and the Everton board didn’t attend the team’s last Premier League match at Goodison Park, a 2-1 defeat to relegation rivals Southampton, due to concerns over their safety.

    It’s been suggested that Moshiri had recently sought outside investment. However, talkSPORT understands Moshiri is now willing to cut ties with the club altogether, with The Guardian reporting he is looking for offers of more than £500million.

    Everton’s next Premier League clash sees them face Arsenal on Saturday February 4, a match you can listen to live and exclusively on talkSPORT.

    Everton fans have conducted multiple protests against the club’s top brass

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    Everton fans have conducted multiple protests against the club’s top brass

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