Everton flop Oumar Niasse is to be offered a route out of his Goodison Park nightmare this summer by Besiktas, according to Turkish outlet Besiktas.
Niasse is currently out on loan at Cardiff City, where he has at least been getting exposure to Premier League football, but with the Bluebirds looking likely to be relegated and that spell coming to an end at the conclusion of the season, the hitman is likely to be on the market.
That’s even in light of Everton’s striking issues this season, because Niasse has done little during his time in Merseyside to convince anyone that he can be the answer to Marco Silva’s goalscoring woes.
And offloading Niasse this summer would suit both parties; Everton could get an unsettled and unwanted player off the wage bill while the striker himself could get the chance to open a new chapter after a move to England that simply hasn’t been successful.
If Besiktas are willing to take Niasse off Everton’s hands, then Silva should have no hesitation selling a player who has proved himself to be little more than a willing runner at the club.
Although it should not be forgotten how Niasse handled Ronald Koeman’s shoddy treatment of him, battling back with dignity having been shunned.