Everton Football Club are subject of a rumoured takeover bid from a US based consortium headed by former Manchester United and Chelsea CEO, Peter Kenyon.

The group is believed to include US based businessmen Maciek Kaminski and John Thornton.

The Merseyside club, who have a fierce following within North Wales struggled on the pitch last season with a dramatic 3-2 victory against Crystal Palace on the penultimate day of the season ensuring the Blues avoided relegation.

Frustration has grown amongst the fanbase with anger directed towards the club’s board and majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri’s decision making to blame for their struggles.

The news emerging this week that owner, Moshiri could be open to selling up has been welcomed by the club’s North Wales contingent.

Rhian Burgess said: “Nobody can be worse than Moshiri!”

Meanwhile, Lee Edwards reacted to the rumours by saying: “Great, hopefully they will make things better by putting money into the team and not all into the ground (new stadium) that will be empty if we have another season like the last.”

Whilst Dan Jackson added: “New ground, new owners, hopefully new beginnings and a better future for the club.”

Talks are believed to be on-going about any potential sale, but nothing is yet confirmed nor imminent. The eyes of many will very much be on the club over the coming weeks.