BREAKING NEWS: Sky sport journalist issues a massive update on Everton & potential 12-points deduction 

According to Football Insider, Everton are confident of avoiding the Premier League’s suggested 12-point sanction.

The Toffees began their Premier League disciplinary hearing this week, addressing charges that they violated spending regulations.

The hearing is expected to be completed within the next few days.

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The particular charge under investigation has not been disclosed, however Sky Sports reports that it is related to a tax issue involving loans for Everton’s new Bramley Moore Dock stadium.

According to The Telegraph, if Everton is found guilty of the violations, the Premier League has recommended a 12-point deduction.

It would be a record-breaking punishment for a top-flight club, and it would cost Sean Dyche’s side points this season.
According to Football Insider, Everton is becoming increasingly confident that they will avoid a significant points deduction.

Despite massive losses in recent seasons, the Toffees have insisted on following all profit and sustainability standards.

They have lost £371.8m in the last three years and have had annual losses for five years in a row.

If Everton is found guilty, they may face a lengthy legal struggle with Leicester City, Leeds United, and Burnley in addition to any other punishment.

According to Football Insider, if Everton is found guilty, the three clubs are willing to sue for £300 million.

The three clubs are suing Everton for compensation after being relegated from the Premier League to the Championship.

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