Everton Receive Offer For Yannick Bolasie, Agents Locked In Talks After £1.3m Bid

Fenerbahce manager Phillip Cocu has made Everton winger Yannick Bolasie a transfer priority according to reports in Turkey.

The Fanatik sports newspaper have reported the Yellow Canaries making a €1.5m [£1.3m] bid to loan Bolasie next season.

Per the source, Cocu is of the view that Bolasie would thrive under his system.

Talks are underway between Bolasie’s agent Spencer Downey and his representative in Turkey Kemal Can Tekin with Fenerbahce sporting director Damien Comolli over the summer move.

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A development is expected over the next few days.

Source: Fanatik

The 29-year-old cost Everton £25m [BBC] back in 2016 when he was signed from Crystal Palace.

Bolasie scored just a single goal in 17 appearances in all competitions in a season disrupted by injuries.

The Super Lig outfit are keen on completing transfers as early as possible this summer with a tricky Champions League playoff campaign to navigate past if they hope to make the group stage.

The Yellow Canaries finished the 2017-18 season as runners-up.

Bolasie does have another three-years remaining on his contract but it remains to be seen what plans recently appointed manager Marco Silva has for the winger.