Henen only signed for Everton on a permanent deal last week, having spent last term on loan with the Toffees, but a report in the Liverpool Echo claims he could be on his way out of the club this summer.
Leeds, Derby, Wolves and Bolton are all stated as being interested in loaning the Belgian striker for the 2015/16 season, having seen the 19-year-old score four goals in 15 Premier League Under-21 games last season.
He has yet to appear for the Toffees first-team, but Roberto Martinez was suitably impressed to make his loan deal from Olympiakos a permanent move, and a short term deal to the Championship could be great for his development.
He would be experiencing a challenging level of football at such a young age, and all the teams in for him play - or aspire to play in Leeds’ case - attacking football that will benefit a young forward.
Able to play as a striker, or on either wing as a creator, Henen would provide cover to any side looking to strike a deal to sign him, and it is hard to deny a move would be good for all three parties involved - Everton, the loaning club, and Henen himself.