The Toffees had a £33.6million bid for the 28-year-old knocked back by the Portuguese giants in the summer of 2016, and despite spending a fortune on recruiting forwards since, it appears they are still keen on the Algerian.
The Algeria international is in his fourth season at Porto and has scored 38 goals in 155 appearances to date.
Brahimi has registered seven goals and plenty of assists this season for the Portuguese Primeira Liga leaders and could be a great source of both for Everton.
While Yannick Bolasie and Theo Walcott have been decent Brahimi, who is capable of playing on both wings, could prove to be an upgrade given his experience and quality.
The former Granada man is a great dribbler capable of giving opposition defenders nightmares in one-on-one situations, while his pace and all-round technicality should see him hit the ground running in the Premier League.
Everton need to be more productive in the final third if they ever want to crack the top six and Brahimi, a one-time BBC African Player of the Year, is a signing capable of helping the Merseyside club reach the next level.