Everton need more quality in their back line and the youngster is one of the most promising defenders in Europe.
Ronald Koeman's defence has come in for plenty of criticism this season, with Phil Jagielka in the twilight of his career and Ashley Williams delivering the type of performances that should have him cast aside until he pulls his socks up.
While summer signing Michael Keane is expected to come good in time, Everton need more quality in that area to ensure their future is considerably brighter than their present predicament.
Sadiku currently plays for FK Sarajevo and those who have seen him play know what a majestic talent he is, both dominant in the challenge and with the composure on the ball to bring it out from the back with ease.
Still only 17, the Bosnia-Herzegovina under-19 international is very much a rough diamond, but Everton boss Ronald Koeman knows a thing or two about defending and he could ultimately get the best out of the sparkling teenager.
Much depends on how long the Dutchman remains in charge at Goodison Park, with results needing to take an upturn on the other side of the international break. But Everton's scouts should take a long, hard look at Sadiku regardless of who is in charge.
He is the real deal and in time a big club are going to benefit from that for a decade or more, so why not Everton?