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Amadou Onana, Jarrad Branthwaite and Abdoulaye Doucoure have been linked moves out of Goodison Park but Dyche insists the club’s financial situation has stabilised since being hit with a 10-point deduction, and facing a further charge relating to accounts up to 2023.
‘I think the club can at least control its finances at this time,’ said Dyche.
‘Very rarely do clubs have fire sales. We are certainly not looking at anything like that.
Everton manager Sean Dyche has insisted no fire sale is needed this transfer window
Jarrad Branthwaite, left, has been linked with a move away from Goodison Park recently
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‘You want to keep your best players and I think the club are aware of that. We have thinned down the squad to a point where injuries do affect it.
‘There is only so far that the cutting can go until you go ‘Right, we still need a group that are competitive.’
‘Some of the work from the last window is paying us back now because obviously it is in better shape.
‘I’ve certainly not been told we have to do anything other than crack on with what we’re doing,’
Everton are appealing the points deduction handed out for exceeding permitted losses between 2019 and 2022 and today’s FA Cup fourth round tie against Luton is a welcome distraction for both clubs from a relegation battle.
Everton have been hit with further FFP charges in accounts relating back to 2023
Ironically, Luton winger Andros Townsend is one of the players Everton had to sacrifice last summer when his contract run out.
Dyche celebrates his first anniversary at Goodison on Tuesday and admits: ‘It has been interesting. Challenging….