Yannick Bolasie wants a temporary move away from Everton with first team starts limited at Goodison Park.
The Congolese winger cut his loan spell at Aston Villa short this month in order to return to the Toffees, but wants another loan move away from Merseyside this month, according to the Mirror.
A number of clubs are rumoured to be interest in acquiring Bolasie’s services, including Newcastle United, Cardiff City, Burnley, and his former employers Crystal Palace.
The 29-year-old is well down the pecking order at the club and unlikely to get game time, according to Everton manager Marco Silva.
“For sure he knows [he won’t play]. I took that [loan] decision last summer because I realised that it would be difficult for him to get the minutes he wants,” Silva told the press before his sides 3-2 defeat to Millwall in the FA Cup on Saturday.
“We have four wingers in our squad, we are happy with them. What I don’t want is for Bolasie not to play again.”
Bolasie made 21 appearances for Aston Villa, providing two goals and four assists for the promotion-chasing club before cutting his loan deal short.