According to Fanatik, Fenerbahce are keeping tabs on Everton midfielder Davy Klaassen, as the Turkish club looks to sign a midfielder to replace outgoing Ozan Tufan.
The Turkish newspaper say Fenerbahce officials are considering signing the Everton player, and Klaassen is reportedly keen to join the Yellow Canaries because it’s likely to guarantee him more playing time.
It’s claimed the Dutchman is waiting on an offer from the Turkish giants.
Klaassen has reportedly spoken with former Fenerbahce manager Dick Advocaat to get some background about the club, and Fanatik report Advocaat has given the Everton outcast the green light to head to Istanbul in this window.
The Netherlands international has a questionable future at Goodison Park under Sam Allardyce despite the recent departure of Ross Barkley.
Klaassen wasn’t able to shine under Everton managers Ronald Koeman and David Unsworth, and finds himself in the same situation under Allardyce.