Oumar Niasse is still determined to leave Everton, and he’s told manager Ronald Koeman he wants to join Fenerbahce before the Turkish window closes, claim Sporx.
The Senegalese striker is surplus to requirements at Goodison Park, despite the departure of Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United this summer.
Fenerbahçe are still in the market for a new striker before Friday’s, deadline due to the ongoing problems between Robin van Persie and the club’s hierarchy.
Niasse is seen as a viable option for manager Aykut Kocaman, and his experience playing in Turkey makes the Everton outcast an ideal candidate for Fenerbahce.
Sporx report Fenerbahce are now looking to offer Everton €2.5m to loan Niasse for the season after previous claims this would be €2m, and the latest offer would include a €7m redemption clause. The 27-year old has reportedly told Koeman he wants a return to Turkey, and it’s unlikely the Dutchman will stand in his way.
Niasse was on the verge of joining Crystal Palace in the last window, but despite a fee being agreed with Everton the move never happened.