🚨BREAKING NEWS : Leeds United Poised to Profit from Potential Everton Takeover and Transfer Business

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Leeds United could benefit from a potential takeover from Premier League side Everton over potential future transfers with the Merseyside club.

The Toffees have entered into a period of exclusivity with the Friedkin Group with a view to completing the takeover of the club from current majority owner Farhad Moshiri.

A statement on Friday afternoon read: “The club can today [June 21] confirm that the Friedkin Group has been granted a period of exclusivity to continue discussions on taking a majority stake in Everton.

“All parties will now work together to complete this process. In the meantime, the club will continue to operate as normal.”

Fans have criticized Moshiri’s stewardship of Everton over the deduction of eight points the club received last season after breaching Profitability and Sustainability (P&S) rules. The Toffees breached the Premier League’s £105m financial loss threshold over a three-year period, which subsequently saw the club receive two separate sporting sanctions of six and a further two point deductions in the 2023/24 season.

A takeover by The Friedkin Group could improve Everton’s financial picture and allow the club to spend more freely in the transfer market.

Leeds are expected to announce an extension to Jack Harrison’s loan stay at Goodison Park in the coming days after it was announced that the two clubs have agreed to send the 27-year-old winger back to Merseyside after his 2023 season /24 on loan. there. .

Harrison is under contract with Leeds until 2028, meaning he will have another three years left on his contract at Elland Road when his loan spell at Goodison Park ends next season. The player is said to have little desire to return to Leeds and could push for a permanent move to Everton as the Toffees could be under new ownership and no longer under the kind of financial pressure that could facilitate a move.

Harrison’s market value is around £15-20m given his age and top-flight experience, which would certainly help Leeds’ financial prospects as the club are very likely to make a loss on their pending accounts for the 2023/24 season.

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