Former Arsenal co-owner Alisher Usmanov is willing to plunge investment into Everton after being bought out at the Emirates.
The Russian billionaire first acquired a stake in the Gunners back in 2007, but was left frustrated in his efforts to take control of the club.
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Usmanov appears ready to plough his cash into another football club after agreeing to sell his 30 per cent stake in Arsenal to Stan Kroenke.
However, the Toffees are not the only club in the running for Usmanov, Bayern Munich, Milan and AS Roma are also said to be on his list of potential investments.
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Pressed on roles at the Allianz Arena, San Siro or Stadio Olimpico, the 64-year-old said: "Should there be a proposal or a possibility to invest in them with good potential returns, I would consider the deal".
"When I bought the stake in Arsenal I believed that football brands would be able to generate profit".
He claims to have received "many proposals" since agreeing to sever ties with Arsenal, with clubs across Europe prepared to welcome an injection of funds.
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