Goodison Park club could get new home.
Everton are holding discussions with an Indian conglomerate to secure investment for the Merseyside club.
Toffees’ chairman Bill Kenwright is in talks with the Jain Group about becoming his club’s financial saviour.
The Mumbai-based company are huge in their own country, with energy and property businesses, and they now want to expand into England, according to the Daily Mirror.
Jain have their sights on Everton as a way to break into this country, and will provide cash for a new home stadium.
Leading officials from the company are looking into ways of buying Everton or lending them money.
Kenwright is keen to accept their money but is adamant he must be kept on in some capacity.
Manager David Moyes is desperate for new funding so he can invest in new players for his squad and secure his existing stars on long-term deals.
For the last few years the Scot has worked wonders in the transfer market and has found hidden gems in the lower leagues and in Europe.
But there are rumours Moyes’ patience is running thin and wants the funding to be able to build a team that can compete for European football.