Oumar Niasse has not really lived up to the expectation Everton would have held for him when he arrived at Goodison Park.
The Senegal international arrived at the Toffees for a fee of £16.11million in the winter transfer of 2016 under Roberto Martinez, per Transfermarkt.
However, he has struggled to make an impact and with Marco Silva at the helm, things do not look to have improved for the 28-year-old.
However, it is also stressed that the forward would only complete a move if he were guaranteed a permanent transfer and a move to the Istanbul giants could be complicated.
Fenerbahce want to loan him for 18 months, the duration of his current deal, whilst Everton want to get a fee for a transfer before his contract expires.
Niasse clearly needs to leave Everton if he is to get regular football once again, although a move to Fenerbahce may not be on the cards.
With the complications thought to be surrounding a deal, the Toffees may decide to look elsewhere to try and offload the Martinez flop from their wage bill.
However, with a couple of weeks still to go until the January transfer window opens, the two sides could still come to an agreement that would end Niasse’s nightmare experience at Goodison Park.
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