Fenerbahçe are still interested in completing a deal for Everton summer signing Davy Klaassen, according to Fotomaç.

The former Ajax captain has struggled with form since arriving at USM Finch Farm in the summer in a deal worth £23.6million, and his Everton future rests in the hands of new boss Sam Allardyce.

Klaassen struggled for minutes under Ronald Koeman and caretaker boss David Unsworth, managing just four Premier League appearances this season, and was first linked with a move to the Turkish club last month.

According to Sport Witness, who cite Fotomaç, Fenerbahçe are reportedly looking to loan the midfielder for the remainder of the season, although talks haven’t yet taken place between the two clubs.

Fenerbahçe’s manager Aykut Kocaman reportedly believes that the 24-year old Netherlands international can fix his midfield problem, and is determined to bring him to Istanbul.

If the deal goes through, Klaassen will link up with compatriot Vincent Janssen, who is on loan from Tottenham Hotspur.

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