£23.3m Everton Midfielder Does Not Have A Future At Goodison Park, Locked In Talks With Turkish Giants

Everton midfielder Davy Klaassen does not have a future at Goodison Park according to Liverpool Echo reporter Phil Kirkbride.

The Echo Everton reporter said that Marco Silva is unlikely to bring Klaassen back into the fold considering the previous three managers did not make use of him.

“Sandro Ramirez was the biggest disappointment for me last summer as I – like many – had seriously high hopes. It seems inevitable he will go. Shame,” he said.

“And likewise, Davy Klaassen. Three managers – two permanent and one caretaker – felt Klaassen wasn’t able to cut it in the Premier League and I can’t see Silva deviating from that path, however much respect everyone has for the Dutchman.”

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This will come as a boost to Besiktas who have been pushing for a loan move.

The Black Eagles are reported to have proposed a deal that could make Everton £14m [€16m] over the course of two seasons according to Fotomac.

Per the source, the Super Lig outfit have offered the Toffees a two-year loan deal which would include a €4m fee per-season.

Besiktas also want an €8m release clause which would could make Everton a grand total of €16m if they were to then sign him on a permanent transfer.

Klaassen joined the Toffees on a £23.6m [BBC] last summer but struggled for playing time.

Besiktas fans have been doing their part in trying to convince Klaassen to make the move.

Supporters have been flooding the Netherland international’s Instagram posts with ‘Come to Besiktas’ messages.