Turkish giants to play waiting game for Everton star striker

Galatasaray are in no hurry to sign Everton’s Oumar Niasse and are willing to hold out until the Toffees lower their demands.

A source close to the club has told Turkish-Football that Galatasaray want to negotiate a lower fee to loan Niasse for the season. Everton are understood to be asking for €1.5 million plus for all of Niasse’s wages in full to be paid by Galatasaray.

The Istanbul giants are understandably cautious in the transfer market after being suspended from European football this season. Galatasaray broke UEFA Financial Fair Play rules and are now doing everything within their power to lower their expenditure.

Meanwhile, the Liverpool based Echo report that Niasse is expected to leave this summer. The Senegal international was left out from the squad which takes on Barnsley in a pre-season friendly on Saturday.

Niasse is no stranger to playing in the Turkish Super League after having a successful spell for the Turkish club Akhisar Belediyespor, which earned himself a move to Russia.

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