Trabzonspor is the latest Turkish club who are said to want Everton’s Oumar Niasse, according to AmkSpor and SporX.

We covered lots of articles throughout the summer transfer window about Turkish interest in the Senegalese forward as Besiktas and Galatasaray wanted him, but Niasse opted to stay at his current employers.

Niasse’s manager has apparently flown to Turkey to discuss the potential transfer. Trabzonspor wants to loan Niasse with an option to buy, but Everton want a straight transfer deal at a fee which is believed to be around £8million.

Trabzonspor president Muharrem Usta has informed Niasse’s agent that his club will do everything they can in order to secure Niasse’s services.

The 26-year old made the breakthrough in Turkey with Akhisar Belediyespor and earned a move to Lokomotiv Moscow. Then he was signed for Everton by Roberto Martinez but he’s clearly not in the favour of current manager Ronald Koeman.

It’s also understood Russian club Spartak Moscow made a €4million bid for Oumar Niasse but the Senegal international informed Everton that he wants to play in Turkey.