Everton winger Kevin Mirallas is wanted by Turkish club Fenerbahce, according to Fanatik.
The Belgian international signed a new three-year contract just last month, but it seems as though he could be on the way out of Goodison Park.
Turkish media outlet Fanatik report that Fenerbahce are keeping an eye on the situation regarding Mirallas’s future.
It is believed that Everton manager Ronald Koeman does not see the winger being a regular in his team from next season onwards.
During the 2016-17 campaign, Mirallas started 23 Premier League games and came off the bench in a further 12.
In that time he scored four goals and registered six assists, but he completed a full 90 minutes just five times in the top flight.
If Koeman does not regard Mirallas as a key player for next season, then staying at Goodison Park could be detrimental to the player’s career.
Depending on whether the Toffees sign a new winger this summer, Mirallas could see his playing time severely limited.
If he has the chance to gain regular football elsewhere, then he would be wise to take it.
The winger has spent five years at the Merseyside outfit and has been relevantly consistent in that time, but he has not scored enough goals of late.
If Koeman has made up his mind about Mirallas, then it makes sense to part ways.