Everton's new permanent addition has favourited a Tweet suggesting he could be a loan target for Leeds United.
Could Everton's David Henen be heading out of the club on loan this summer?
The Toffees signed Henen permanently last week, after having the Belgian under-19 international on loan from Olympiakos last season, where he played for their under-21 side.
Henen is a striker capable of playing out wide on the flanks, and is highly rated on Merseyside.
He is often active on social media, and last night he favourited a message from a Leeds United fan on Twitter suggesting he could be a target for the Whites.
While the suggestion Leeds were looking at Henen, in addition to Wilson and Watmore may be purely speculative, the Belgian is certainly intrigued enough to acknowledge the possibility of interest from the Championship side.
Henen has also spent time at Monaco and Anderlecht, and is just 19-years-old.
He scored four times last season for Everton's under-21 side, with three of them coming when he was played on the left wing, rather than up front. Leeds are in need of strengthening the wide positions this coming seasons, and potentially, Henen could be a solution.