Everton were linked with a move for Oulare last month, as per the Sunderland Echo, and they have been handed a boost in the race for the young forward, as Brugge push to sell him this summer.
A report in Belgian media outlet HLN has claimed that Brugge will look to sell the 19-year-old, who has seven goals in 30 games this term, to fund a move for Jelle Vossen, who has spent the season on loan at Middlesbrough.
Vossen, who is contracted with Genk, is available for €4 million, and although Middlesbrough are keen on signing him on a permanent deal, Brugge also want to push through a transfer for the Belgian international forward.
However, they do not have the funds to complete a transfer, and are willing to sell Oulare for the right price, as they see Vossen as the better investment.
This means that Oulare, a Belgian youth international, is on the transfer market, allowing Everton to formalise their interest into a concrete offer should they so wish.
It is not stated as to what price Brugge are asking for Oulare, although as they need €4 million to sign Vossen, it is likely that they will be holding out for that valuation before agreeing a potential transfer.
Oulare is unlikely to turn down a chance to play in the Premier League, and Brugge’s desire to replace him with Vossen has given a transfer boost to Everton, whilst also hindering Middlesbrough’s plans to strengthen ahead of the new season.