Bill Kenwright and Denise Barret-Baxendale could resign at Everton within weeks
The Everton boardroom must be one of the most unstable up and down the country, not just in the Premier League at this moment in time.
With the hunt for investment ongoing, those currently in high positions will be sweating on their positions and their futures within the structure at Goodison Park.
If fans had their way, a complete takeover may be the best bet moving forward with an overhaul of every last member in that board for a fresh start.
With MSP Sports Capital in the lead ahead of 777 Partners for new investment, it appears as though we are finally edging towards some concrete news [Liverpool Echo].
The Times followed that up by saying that a number of current board members could consider leaving the club on their own merit, with the sack another option it appears.
Graeme Sharp and Grant Ingles were also mentioned, so Farhad Moshiri may get what he wanted with a new investment, but a complete overhaul will be needed alongside that.
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With the investment expected before the end of the season, we could be days or weeks away from a very big Everton announcement – one that has been desperately needed.
Alongside that though, we could see Moshiri drowning in resignations up to his neck, with a minimum of four already potentially mentioned.
Kenwright, Barrett-Baxendale, Ingles and Sharp – could there be more to join those four? It wouldn’t be a surprise given the mess that has been created over the last handful of years.
All eyes will be on the Goodison Park boardroom, they always are.