Hull City join race to sign Everton flop who failed to score a Premier League goal

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Lokomotiv's Baye Oumar Niasse (R) vies with Skenderbeu's Albanian goalkeeper Orges Shehi during the UEFA Europa League football match between KF Skenderbeu and FC Lokomotiv Moskva at the Elbasan Arena stadium in Elbasan on December 10, 2015. / AFP / GENT SHKULLAKU (Photo credit should read GENT SHKULLAKU/AFP/Getty Images)

Hull City are the latest to join the race to sign Everton’s out-of-favour striker Oumar Niasse.

According to the Daily Mail, Hull are in talks with Niasse and Everton as they look to bolster their strengthen their squad following promotion last season.

The Daily Mail goes onto say that Niasse’s future at Everton under Ronald Koeman after the Dutch coach left him out of the squad.

Niasse is currently Everton’s fourth most expensive signing after Romelu Lukaku, Bolasie and Marouane Fellaini.

The 25-year-old is set for a exit just seven months after joining from Lokomotiv Moscow.

Besiktas are also in the running to sign Niasse according to SkySports. The report states that the Senegal international has been offered to Besiktas over the past fortnight. The report comes amid speculation also linking the 26-year-old with Besiktas’ rivals Galatasaray.

Niasse – who previously played in the Turkish Super League for Akhisar Belediyespor – failed to find the back of the net in the Premier League for Everton last season.