Everton will sell Richarlison OR Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the summer, after losing £373m in past three seasons

Posted Thursday, March 31, 2022 by Thesun.co.uk

EVERTON will sell Richarlison OR Dominic Calvert-Lewin this summer after their financial woes were revealed.

The Toffees have endured a torrid season and currently find themselves in a relegation dog fight - sitting just three points above the relegation zone.

Everton will sell Richarlison OR Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the summer, after losing £373m in past three seasons
Everton will sell either Richarlison or Dominic Calvert-Lewin this summer

And off the pitch, their latest financial figures revealed they lost a staggering £121MILLION last season.

Now, the Everton hierarchy accept they will have to sell one of their star assets to balance the books.

Calvert-Lewin, 25, has blossomed into one of the country's most-feared centre forwards since joining the club from Sheffield United in 2016 - becoming a full England international in the process.

Although his form has dropped off this season due to injury, Arsenal are reportedly keeping tabs on the £60million-rated England striker.

While Brazilian international Richarlison is said to be a potential target for Manchester United.

The South American has netted 47 times in 142 appearances for the Toffees since arriving from Watford for £50million in 2018.

However, the Red Devils are said to face competition from Barcelona and Real Madrid, who are also monitoring Richarlison's potential availability.

Everton boss Frank Lampard would loathe to lose one of his star men.

However, he understands the need to balance the books and wants some funds to be freed to build his own team.

This week, the Merseyside giants revealed that they made a whopping £121m loss last term.

In the past three seasons, they have lost almost £373m - more than any other club in the Premier League.

Currently, Everton have a yearly wage bill of £182m - just £23m less than top-four chasers Tottenham.

However, the Goodison Park outfit believe that owner Farhad Moshiri’s finances can keep them afloat.

And they are also confident of not breaking any Premier League financial regulations.

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