NSNO favourite Ian Holloway is manager of the Loftus Road side, and has made some pretty cutting comments about his side’s 2-1 defeat, leading journalists in West London to believe that he is in the market for a 33 year old Ivorian.
Kone made a rare appearance for the Blues on Saturday in the 2-1 defeat to Leicester City but as he spent much of his time on the left wing failed to make the impression that was required.
Signed for £5m from Wigan in Roberto Martinez’s first summer, Kone has never really set the world alight at Goodison Park, although he sat much of his first season out through injury.
A return to action last season saw a few goals and also a fruitful partnership with Romelu Lukaku, but Kone is not thought to be among Ronald Koeman’s plans after the Dutchman opted to play Dominic Calvert-Lewin ahead of him.
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