Everton are on the verge of parting ways with Oumar Niasse, according to a report published by Turkish source Fotomac.
The report added that Trabzonspor are the club that wants the attacker. The Super Lig side have already recruited Alexander Sorloth from Crystal Palace on a two-year loan deal but want to add another forward to their squad as they aim to potentially challenge for major silverware this season.
Everton striker Niasse is seemingly surplus to requirements and he will be aiming to leave Goodison Park this summer in order to find regular first-team football elsewhere. Marco Silva is unlikely to stand in his way if a good offer arrives.
The Senegal international has just one year remaining on his current contract with the Toffees. This confirms that now is the last opportunity for Everton to cash in on a sale of him.
Niasse joined the Toffees during the summer of 2016 from Lokomotiv Moscow and has so far gone on to score eight goals for the club from 31 Premier League appearances.
The Everton man spent the second half of last season on loan with Cardiff City but failed to find the back of the net from 13 Premier League appearances for the Welsh side.