Everton striker Cenk Tosun is considering his future at the club following the transfer of Moise Keane.
A source close to Tosun revealed to Turkish-Football that the striker wants to stay in England but is aware that he has moved further down the pecking order following the latest arrival from Juventus.
The Turkey international was already struggling for playing time before the Keane move and could now see his place in the squad further squeezed.
Tosun has a lot of interest from Turkey including his former team Besiktas but his priority is to stay in the Premier League.
Everton meanwhile, want to sell the striker instead of loaning him out but he has not received any offers from British sides.
Tosun faces an anxious wait until the end of the transfer window. He is prepared to fight for his place in the team if head coach Marco Silva has plans for him next term.
The 28-year-old is happy at Everton and has settled in with his family.
Tosun scored four goals and provided three assists in 29 appearances for the Toffees last term.