Everton are willing to part company with Oumar Niasse in the January transfer window, according to a report from Dave Hytner of the Guardian.
Niasse has netted six goals this season but is seemingly surplus to requirements at Goodison Park. The arrival of Cenk Tosun from Besiktas appears to have pushed Niasse out of contention, with Sam Allardyce keen to revamp his attacking options.
Everton have struggled in front of goals this season and Niasse has popped up on a few occasions. However, it seems the Toffees do not regard him as an important player and will look to sell him this month.
It’s stated in the report that Everton could be willing to offload Niasse for a fee of £13 million, which is just £500,000 short of what the club paid Lokomotiv Moscow in January 2016.
A number of Premier League clubs are said to be keen on landing Niasse, including West Brom, Crystal Palace and Brighton.