According to a report in the Liverpool Echo, Everton forward Conor McAleny is heading for the exit door at Goodison Park.
McAleny has a year left on his contract, but Everton are now looking to move the youngster on.
McAleny has now reached the age of 23, and he has failed to quite make the grade with the Toffees.
The forward has progressed through the club’s youth academy, and there were once great hopes for his future, but he has gained most his senior experience on loan spells.
Everton have now reportedly decided that McAleny will not be able to make the grade.
McAleny also wants a move, after becoming used to playing regularly this season during a loan spells with Wigan Athletic and Charlton Athletic.
McAleny made 22 appearances in total this season, and he helped Wigan earn promotion to the Championship - meaning a move to the DW Stadium could be a possibility.
McAleny has made two substitute appearances for Everton in the Premier League during his career to date.