Both Burnley and Leeds wrote to the Premier League in May to ask about Everton’s situation with regard to financial fair play rules, amid concerns that the Toffees could have breached them.


Everton have lost a huge £371.8m over the course of the last three years and there have been questions raised as to whether they could have broken the rules.



Leeds though, who survived in their battle against relegation, are not continuing their action and will not pursue a complaint.


Relegated Burnley however remain concerned and are not dropping their complaint about Everton.



The Premier League are claimed to be satisfied that Everton have not breached rules and the Toffees have just agreed to sell Richarlison to Tottenham Hotspur for £50m plus add-ons.


Burnley may face a tough time in causing any action to be taken over Everton’s financial situation.



With Leeds now happy to drop their concerns into the matter, the Clarets are alone in taking the complaint further.