Everton may have a potential buyer for unwanted midfield general Muhamed Besic, according to reports in his Bosnian homeland.
The 28-year-old is clearly not in the first-team plans at Goodison Park and Everton are seemingly open to offers for his services this summer.
In fact, Sport Sport in Bosnia claims Everton would consider selling or loaning the player this summer, with a £3-£5 million price-tag on his head.
The report also names a team who are interested in signing him. They claim that recently relegated Bournemouth are showing ‘serious interest’ in the 43-cap international, as they look to restructure ahead of a season in the Championship next term.
Besic has previously spent stints on loan at Middlesbrough and Sheffield United, his time with the Blades impressive in spurts and there was talk of a permanent move at one stage.
Bournemouth however appear to now be the favorites for a player whose time on Merseyside has been repeatedly disrupted by serious injury trouble.
Now it seems Everton might be close to moving him on again, with just one year left on his deal at Goodison.