How Much Has Moshiri Really Spent?

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I read the other day that the net spend on transfers since Farhad Moshiri took 'charge' stands at approx £230M. Thank God we got those big fees for Lukaku and Stones!!

So, with that in mind, and the "hundreds of millions" we get from TV money... how much has he really spent of his own money?

I don't really follow the financial side of things as closely as I probably should – I'm more of an On-the-Pitch fan – so I would appreciate any information from people who are more clued up than me on this subject. Thank you.

ps: I can't remember where I read the Net Spend figure so don't ask me. I initially thought it sounded quite low considering how much we've wasted.

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Barry Hesketh
1 Posted 20/01/2022 at 00:00:11
Lee, I don't know if that is an accurate net spend figure or not, but it is probably pretty close. The thing that has hamstrung Everton FC is not the actual transfer fees, it's the length of the contracts and the size of the salaries that is hurting the club. I think the level of salaries is somewhere in the region of 89% of the income of the club.

I can't find the Tweet, but Swiss Ramble put some figures up this week, which may help you out.

Lee Courtliff
2 Posted 21/01/2022 at 09:18:58
Cheers, Barry. I know the contracts have been a major issue for us. Absolutely ludicrous the amount we've paid for very little return.
Clive Rogers
3 Posted 21/01/2022 at 14:22:08
From what I have gathered the main factor affecting our FFP situation is our operating loss. See Paul the Esk’s article: Profitability and Sustainability Rules – Everton’s Position.

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