Everton have been rather impressive in recent times as they continue to assert their dominance in the Premier League under Marco Silva, with a European spot within their reach.
The Toffees won’t accept anything less than a European spot after spending heavily during the summer transfer window, with the opportunity to build a legacy under Marco Silva.
However, the Merseyside club have plenty of other things to worry about besides a place in Europe and success, with there being potential departures in the January transfer window.
Silva has a couple of fringe players at the club at this moment in time and needs to make more room for any potential January additions, so it’s about time he and Farhad Moshiri worked together to get rid of any wasted talent.
With that in mind, Silva and Moshiri must shift this flop in January…
Oumar Niasse made some valuable contributions off the substitutes’ bench last season for the Toffees, but the current campaign has been a rather frustrating one for the 28-year-old.
Indeed, the Senegalese international has had to settle for a limited amount of minutes once again this season and has even failed to make Silva’s matchday squad on a number of occasions, so it’s clear to see his services are no longer required at Goodison Park.
Therefore, Moshiri and Silva must work together to try and raise funds by selling the striker in January, with a suitable replacement being required after witnessing Cenk Tosun’s inconsistencies.