Everton director Farhad Moshiri is reported to be visiting two potential sites for a new stadium for the club tomorrow, including Bramley Moore Dock and StoneBridge Cross on the outskirts of the city.
The dockland site is the preferred option for many Evertonians, with Mayor of Liverpool also said to be firmly behind the plans to move Everton to the docks and on the banks of the Mersey.
Should Everton choose to move to the docks, the Blues would have to purchase the land from current owners Peel Holdings, who own much of the Liverpool waterfront.
When NSNO visited the docks back in August we were told that plans were at an advanced stage and the Bramley Moore public house also believe that should a deal be made to buy the land, then plans would not take long to put into action.
A new stadium has been a priority for Everton for the last two decades and placing the club right on the banks of the river would cement the club’s place as the premiere club in the city.
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