New Everton owners make fresh concern over Everton.

Everton’s prospective new owners are facing fresh scrutiny over a transfer ban incurred by one of their current clubs.

777 Partners agreed a deal to purchase a 94.1% shareholding last month subject to regulatory approval that will send Farhad Moshiri’s premiership.

Ahead of their potential takeover, figureheads Josh Wander, Steven Pasko and Don Dransfield were guests at Goodison Park for the recent loss to Luton.

The Miami-based investors own a network of seven clubs worldwide but are under the microscope after Vasco de Gama were hit with a FIFA transfer ban.

World football’s governing body imposed the sanction on the Brazilian side for failing to meet payments on three transfers in the region of £4.5 million.Everton's potential owners: Alan Myers takes a look at what we know about  777 Partners and what we might expect | Football News | Sky SportsLillle, Uruguay’s Nacional and Argentine outfit Atletico Tucuman informed FIFA that they had not received fees for players signed at the beginning of 2023.

Vasco confirmed their embargo in a statement, saying: “Vasco de Gama is currently prevented from registering new players due to an outstanding debt.

“The relevant ban will be lifted immediately upon the settlement of the debt being confirmed by the creditor concerned.”

The Brazilian transfer window reopens in January but Vasco’s failure to meet payments raises fresh concerns about 777’s potential involvement at Everton.

Outside of football, the group were late in making a £900,000 payment to the British Basketball League which remains subject to an ongoing investigation.

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