Everton striker Salomon Rondon is reportedly being targetted by Turkish Super Lig side Sivasspor for a possible January transfer.

The 32-year-old only joined the Toffees on a free transfer in the summer having been released by Dalian Pro in China. 

Despite being afforded multiple opportunities to feature due to injuries to Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison, Rondon has struggled to have the desired impact at Goodison Park. 

Now according to a report from Fanatik, as cited by The Toffee Blues on Twitter, the Venezuelan is of interest in Turkey. 

The report claims that that the 83 times capped ace’s agent has informed Sivasspor of the possibility of sanctioning a departure from the Merseyside club. 

So far this season Rondon has failed to score in eight appearances across all competitions for Rafa Benitez’ side. 

January could also spell the end of another disappointing spell as a Blue for fellow striker Cenk Tosun as NTV Spor claims that the 30-year-old outcast is ‘considering’ his future. 


Ultimately the Everton careers of both soon-to-be out-of-contract frontmen have proven to be rather disastrous thus far. 

Whilst nobody expected the £4.5million valued Rondon to play a leading role; when called upon the target man has fallen way short of the level required. 

As the Toffees’ are linked with a move for FC Basel star Arthur Cabral, cashing in on both Rondon and Tosun would make perfect sense.