Everton’s Kevin Mirallas is the subject of interest from Fenerbahce, according to reports in Turkey.
Turkish website Ajansspor has reported that Fenerbahce are looking to offer Mirallas a way out of Goodison Park during this summer’s transfer window.
According to reports, Fenerbahce have been keeping tabs on Mirallas for 12 months, and are keen on prising him away from the Barclays Premier League.
The winger, who signed a new three-year deal just 10 months ago, is not expected to come cheap, however.
Mirallas endured a tough 2015/16 campaign as he struggled for form under then-manager Roberto Martinez.
The 28-year-old made most of his 30 appearances last term from the bench after an alleged falling out with the Spaniard, and found the back of the net on just six occasions in all competitions.
The Belgian international was also sent off twice throughout the season as ill-discipline began to seep into his game.
Mirallas also had to contend with competition for a starting berth from Arouna Kone, Aaron Lennon, Gerard Deulofeu and Tom Cleverley throughout last season as Martinez opted for other options in the wide positions of his midfield.
Since joining from Olympiakos in the summer of 2012 for £6 million, Mirallas has made 136 appearances for Everton, scoring 34 goals and bagging 26 assists.