Everton midfielder Mo Besic is looking likely to leave the club this window, with interest in the player growing.
According to the Liverpool Echo, the Bosnia international is a wanted man and has offers from Spain, Italy, Germany and Turkey.
Besic is into the final year of his contract at Goodison Park, and spent last term on loan at Sheffield United.
Everton want to sell in order to get the player’s £30,000-a-week wages (Spotrac) off the bill.
The 27-year-old has not made too much of an impact for the Toffees since joining the club from Ferencváros back in 2014.
A couple of recent loan spells mean he has only managed 56 appearances for Everton over the last six years.
The Echo say the player would prefer to remain in England, but the club are surely just hopeful of successfully offloading him.
TBR’s View – Time to go
Besic doesn’t have a future at Goodison Park.
With one year remaining on his contract, the club clearly want to get some money for him before he can depart for free.
Carlo Ancelotti seems intent on bolstering his midfield, with Abdoulaye Doucoure and James Rodriguez both linked, and Napoli midfielder Allan seemingly all but confirmed.
Chances would be few and far between for Besic, so it’s absolutely the right decision for all parties to try and sell now.