CHERRIES owner Bill Foley is in attendance this afternoon as his side face Everton (3pm).

The American billionaire has jetted over from the States to take in Cherries’ match against Everton this afternoon, his first attendance of 2024.

He will also be watching on at Vitality Stadium on Tuesday, when Cherries welcome Crystal Palace.

Earlier this week it was announced that Cherries reported a £44.5million profit in their most recent accounts, the first accounts posted since Foley led a takeover the club.

Chairman Foley’s Black Knight Football Entertainment completed their takeover in December 2022, purchasing Cherries from former owner Maxim Demin.

Foley was last in attendance at a Premier League match when Cherries defeated Burnley 2-1 at the end of October.

Cherries are currently 13th in the Premier League table, on 35 points with 10 games remaining.

Foley recently acquired a minority stake in Scottish Premiership outfit Hibernian.

In the most recent transfer window, three Cherries joined Hibs, Nathan Moriah-Welsh on a permanent basis whilst Owen Bevan and Emi Marcondes arrived on loan deals.

However, Bevan returned to Cherries prematurely after an injury set back.