Everton have struggled on and off the pitch in recent seasons and Toffees fans are dissatisfied with owner Farhad Moshiri’s reign.


American organisation 777 Partners, who are also owners of the clubs in Germany, Brazil and Belgium, have agreed a deal with Moshiri to buy Everton.




Dyche held a meeting with Everton’s potential owners, but the Toffees boss revealed that they did not discuss his future at the club and hailed the meeting as a casual one.


When asked about whether he discussed anything regarding his future at the meeting, Dyche said at a press conference: “No, nothing like that.



“Way more casual than that.


“More absorbing my thoughts.”



The Everton boss also admitted that they were hoping to sign more players in the transfer window, but believes that he will have a balanced squad when the injured players are fit for selection.


“There’s a challenge in the positions, we were hoping to bring more players in but that couldn’t happen for many reasons but I think there is a balance to the squad when they’re all fit”, he added.


“Now it’s getting that final piece – the fitness right.”


Everton have yet to register a win in the Premier League this season and next they will go up against Brentford at the weekend.