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What a successful move; Hertha Berlin issues a statement to 777 Partners as a payment update following Everton’s purchase.



There is a serious uncertainty that 777 Partners will acquire Everton.
In light of the impending collapse of 777 Partners’ proposed Everton takeover, Hertha Berlin has released a statement.

The Premier League has yet to approve the Miami-based company’s eight-month-old agreement to buy Farhad Moshiri’s 94.1% ownership. After a string of incidents affecting the group, it appears unlikely that the deal will be approved. London-based Leadenhall Capital Partners LLP and Leadenhall Life Insurance Linked Investments Fund PLC launched a fraud complaint against 777 in New York last week.

reports that 777 has enlisted the aid of financial specialists to try to preserve the company. The match between Standard Liege and Westerlo was postponed last Friday due to protests by supporters of the Standard Liege team, which is owned by 777. There are rumors that the Belgian team’s players have not received compensation and won’t throughout the duration of the campaign.  One of the teams in 777’s portfolio is Hertha, having invested in the German team in March 2023. This season, Die Alte Dame are sixth in the 2. Bundesliga.

In response to supporters’ worries about the club’s potential danger, Hertha has stated that all “agreed payments” have been made. “We are currently receiving a lot of messages from you regarding the current reporting on our strategic partner 777,” said a statement from the club issued via X, formerly known as Twitter, last weekend. Additionally, we are aware of the recent events pertaining to the 777 Football Group.

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