Loads of Everton fans have been reacting to the latest news on Oumar Niasse, who currently has two Premier League clubs chasing his signature.
According to Wales Online, Cardiff City are the latest team to show interest in Niasse.
The report claims Neil Warnock is targeting Niasse, as the Bluebirds have been forced to deploy Callum Paterson as an emergency striker.
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This comes shortly after the Liverpool Echo claimedthat Crystal Palace are turning their attentions to Niasse after missing out on Dominic Solanke.
The Eagles were chasing the Liverpool youngster before he signed for Bournemouth on Friday, and the Echo states the Toffees are resigned to taking a huge loss on the £13.5m they paid for Niasse back in 2016.
One thing is for sure, the 28 year-old could never be faulted for a lack of effort, but he quite simply isn’t good enough to fire Everton up the table.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
IMO get what you can for him. Been a complete waste of money.
— Dave Price (@daveprice208) January 4, 2019
Probably got a small fee off Hull. Scored a few vital goals last season. Sell for 7m. Maybe got a couple millions worth. Can live with that.
— Andreas Wätt (@Wattawildworld) January 4, 2019
Another mistake from Everton. I will guarantee he becomes the highest goal scorer wherever he goes. Giving the guy a few minutes game time here and there does not constitute giving him a fair shake.
— Oozalem (@oozalem) January 4, 2019
£100m + add ons. He’s unique.
— Jamie Yates (@mrjamieyates) January 3, 2019
I reckon we’ll only have to pay a couple of million for someone to take him if we thrown in Schneiderlin as part of the deal
— Steven Mills (@steven_mi11s) January 3, 2019
Gonna be expensive….. god knows how much we’ll have to pay someone to take him off our hands!
— Jamie Armstrong (@BrandsNewSilva) January 3, 2019
An M.B.E. for Brands if we make a profit on him.
— Just Dave (@SirDaveStephen) January 3, 2019