Gabriel Agbonlahor Has Worrying Prediction about Everton Next Season after Takeover Twist

The proposed takeover of Everton Football Club has become a major story in recent weeks, with concerns swirling after months of relative silence. Previously, minimal coverage appeared in mainstream media, but outlets like The Times are now picking up the story, raising anxieties amongst fans.

Farhad Moshiri, the current owner, has been pushing for a sale to the little-known 777 Partners. However, this has sparked worries due to a lack of transparency surrounding the firm. With the Premier League yet to approve the deal, a sense of unease has settled over Goodison Park.

Former Aston Villa striker Gabby Agbonlahor recently weighed in on the situation, expressing his fear of negative consequences for the club. Speaking on talkSPORT, Agbonlahor warned, “It wouldn’t be nice for Sean Dyche if he can’t sort the squad out because of all this he has got to deal with.” Manager Dyche, who secured Premier League survival for the Toffees well ahead of schedule last month, may now be hampered in his ability to improve the team.

Agbonlahor continued, relaying the frustration likely felt by Everton supporters: “These fans as well, they must be thinking ‘give us a break, sort the ownership out and let us know where we stand.’” He further predicted the saga could drag on through the summer, potentially leaving the club in a precarious position come next season.