Casper Sloth has not made an appearance for Leeds United since February.
Sloth has become the forgotten man at Leeds, and he has not played a match for the first team since February 2015.
The Danish midfielder was out of favour during Neil Redfearn’s and Uwe Rosler’s tenures at Elland Road, and Evans’ appointment has not increased his first team chances.
As a result he could be sold in January, but Evans says that neither offer presented to the club so far has been acceptable.
“There may be opportunities for people like Casper to go and get some game time,” Evans said.
“One or two have [made offers] when we talk about Casper, but it’s not been right for him or us and we’ve turned them away.”
Sloth did impress Evans with his performances in the under-21’s during the 53-year-old’s initial time at the club.
He has been given a place on the Whites’ substitutes’ bench on a few occasions this season, but never made it on to the pitch.
If Sloth does leave Leeds in the coming weeks, he will do so having made just 14 senior appearances since signing from Aarhus in the summer of 2014.