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Everton ‘put every player up for sale’ as Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea to pounce

Everton faces an impending summer shake-up as financial woes force the club to put its entire first-team squad on the transfer market. Despite manager Sean Dyche’s efforts to secure Premier League safety amidst financial turmoil, the club still grapples with the aftermath of an eight-point deduction due to financial breaches. With a looming June 30 deadline to balance their books and avoid further penalties for the next season, Everton’s majority owner, Farad Mashiri, has resorted to drastic measures after the collapse of a takeover deal with 777 Partners. As a result, every player is now reportedly available for transfer, with Manchester United, Arsenal, and Chelsea emerging as potential suitors.

The move has sparked interest from top clubs, with Manchester United eyeing a potential deal for center-back Jarrad Branthwaite, who played a crucial role in Everton’s survival bid last season. Previously valued at £75 million, Branthwaite’s price tag is expected to plummet as Everton seeks urgent sales to alleviate financial pressures. 

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