In the summer Moshiri insisted he remained committed to the Toffees after talks broke down with a United States-based consortium, spearheaded by former Manchester United and Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon and including real estate tycoon Maciek 'MG' Kaminski. Kaminski tried to resurrect negotiations but Moshiri has not engaged and with the club continuing to struggle on the pitch the 27 Campaign, formed 12 months ago to highlight the number of years since Everton's last last trophy win, has issued an open letter asking for clarity.
Gareth Southgate's side take on the reigning World Cup champions in a mouthwatering quarter-final clash on Saturday at Al Bayt Stadium, having beaten Senegal 3-0 there in the previous round. Now comes a big step up in quality and the unenviable challenge of keeping Mbappe quiet - a player who lit up the world stage four years ago in Russia and is now leading the race for the Golden Boot in Qatar. The 23-year-old provides a major headache for England, whose assistant helped devise plans to keep Lionel Messi quiet as Chelsea shocked Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals in 2012.
The 27 Campaign has written an open letter to majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri.