Everton’s Arnaut Danjuma could be a potential target for Feyenoord, who ‘seriously’ tried to get him in the summer before his eventual move to Goodison Park.

That’s according to Voetbalzone, who look at potential forward options for the Dutch club to explore as Arne Slot looks to bolster his attacking options in January.

They explain that Feyenoord could be without Ayase Ueda for up to a month after the winter break as he’s participating in the Asian Cup with Japan.

He’s currently the back-up striker to Santiago Gimenez but not having a back-up option would be a risky game to play, and manager Arne Slot has indicated they may look to the market in January, even on a rental basis.

VZ then list ten players the club could look at and believe Danjuma, who is currently on loan at Everton, could be one of them.

His name was ‘seriously heard’ around De Kuip in the summer and the Dutchman ‘was not unwilling’ to make the move but eventually decided to join Everton on loan.

His time at Goodison Park has not been a happy one as yet, though, with him playing ‘no more than a substitute’ role under Sean Dyche at present.

That means Feyenoord may be able to make a new attempt in January, if Everton were willing to let him go and Villarreal sanction a second loan that month.

To be clear, there’s no indication that any of those things will happen or there will be any attempt at this point, but the feeling is that it’s something Feyenoord may look into after trying to get Danjuma in the summer.

Whether Everton would let him go is debatable, though. While the Dutchman isn’t playing a major role, they don’t have the money to replace him in the squad should he depart, and that group is thin as it is.

It makes this idea something of an unlikely one for now, although potentially something to keep an eye on in the coming weeks.