Many Everton fans have been left fuming over some news involving Financial Fair Play (FFP).
As per an article from earlier this week by The Daily Mail, which has since been shared by The Everton End on Twitter, it is now estimated that the Goodison Park club will have no ‘wiggle room’ when it comes to spending in the January transfer window due to FFP, as they would have to make another £35m in profit before they can start to spend.
Where will Everton finish in the Premier League?
7th - 10th
They are the only club in the Premier League with a negative figure in terms of ‘wiggle room’, as Tottenham Hotspur top the list with an estimated £400m available to potentially spend on new players before they need to start thinking about FFP.
Aside from this summer, Everton have forked out a lot of money on transfers in the last few seasons but have seen little success come from it, finishing no higher than seventh place in the top flight since 2016/17.
It suggests that the board have not been smart with their transfer business over recent years, which has left them in a pretty messy situation for January 2022.
Everton fans on FFP news
These Toffees fans fumed as the news was shared on Twitter, with one supporter describing it as a ‘shocking state of affairs’:
“Staggering mismanagement. Things have come to a pretty pass at Everton Football Club.”
“Shocking state of affairs”
“You reap what you sow, terrible managerial appointments since Moyes, ineffective scouting and recruitment, director of football role not well defined. Club needs a re-boot”
“Run by a bunch of amateurs”
“We are a disgrace. Club is completely not interested.”
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