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Sport Arsenal tycoon wants to join Moshiri and Brands' Everton re-build

22:35  17 may  2018
22:35  17 may  2018 Source:   readsport.co

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Arsenal shareholder Alisher Usmanov is looking to sell his shares in the club and join former long-standing business partner Farhad Moshiri at Everton , according to Dutch sources. Everton have gone through a number of changes in the last 48 hours, having first sacked manager Sam Allardyce and his

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Arsenal shareholder Alisher Usmanov is looking to sell his shares in the club and join former long-standing business partner Farhad Moshiri at Everton, according to Dutch sources.

Everton have gone through a number of changes in the last 48 hours, having first sacked manager Sam Allardyce and his coaching staff – Craig Shakespeare, Sammy Lee and Martyn Margetson.

Shortly afterwards, PSV Eindhoven sporting director Marcel Brands joined the Toffees as their new director of football, replacing former Leicester scout Steve Walsh.

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  Huge Everton deal to be announced this week Marcel Brands impending move to Everton could be announced this week, according to De Telegraaf, as cited by Sport Witness. PSV’s director of football has been heavily linked with a move to Everton this summer in a bid to shake up the first-team squad. The report claims that a decision is already overdue, meaning an announcement could happen in the coming days. Brands has also attracted interest from Chelsea in the past but has always been coy on speculation about his future. Everton will be keen to get the deal completed with Brands expected to play a key role in their summer recruitment. PSV winger Hirving Lozano has already been earmarked as a potential signing that could follow Brands through the doors at Goodison Park. The Dutch side themselves will be looking to conclude Brands’ future, be that at PSV or elsewhere as they look to build upon their title success this summer.

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Alisher Usmanov, who has a stake in Arsenal , is said not to be involved at Everton but the heavy investment by USM, of which the Uzbek-Russian billionaire owns 48%, in Finch Farm has raised questions.

Meanwhile, a host of boardroom changes saw Moshiri become the club’s official majority shareholder after he bought Jon Woods’ shares, taking his ownership percentage from 49.9% to 58.9%. Former club CEO Robert Elstone also departed, with board member Denise Barrett-Baxendale replacing him.

But the club aren’t done yet, according to Dutch outlet De Telegraaf. As reported by Sport Witness, De Telegraaf claim that Everton are looking to now involve long-time friend of Brands and super-agent Mino Raiola to help move the club forward, and that move is being pushed by Moshiri and Usmanov.

Usmanov was previously rumoured to be considering joining Moshiri at Everton, which would require he sell his Arsenal shares to do so, but nothing came of it.

With majority shareholder Stan Kroenke dominating board proceedings for the Gunners, and with the American not allowing Usmanov to increase his shares, the Russian tycoon is said to be frustrated and looking to leave the club.

While proceedings are far from being complete, if indeed Usmanov does actually want to join Everton, this could be a situation worth keeping an eye on over the course of the summer.

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Marco Silva has vowed to bring entertainment back to Goodison Park, with the new Everton manager aiming to play attractive and attacking football. The Portuguese coach has signed a three-year deal to succeed Sam Allardyce at the Toffees’ helm, and is believed to have been owner Farhad Moshiri’s first choice for the position, having also been headhunted in October when Ronald Koeman was sacked. While Allardyce seemingly saved Everton from their disastrous first half of the season by getting points on the board, the manner in which he did so in terms of his attitude and his footballing style made supporters unhappy – something Silva says he hopes to reverse. Silva said: “I know what our fans expect — they expect results but not only results. I want our fans to be proud when they see our team on the pitch. I want them to feel we are committed, that we are working hard and enjoying our football because that is important as well.” “We want to build a great connection between the squad and the fans. I’m sure that with our attitude and demands of commitment, then our style of play will see that. Everton is a really ambitious club and that is what I want.” “The club is changing its approach. But one thing we cannot change and nobody wants to change is the huge history and ambition of the club. Everybody knows Everton’s history. When you are a club like Everton, you only have one solution — to aim to win.

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