The Toffees striker is believed to have been given a £20m price tag by his club. Here is what some fans make of the reports.
Signed by Sam Allardyce in last year's January transfer window in a deal reportedly worth £27m (Liverpool Echo), the Turkey international scored five times in 12 starts.
However, Tosun has fallen out of favour under current Toffees manager Marco Silva, starting just six Premier League games this season and omitted from the squad entirely during two festive games (Transfermarkt).
On Friday, Silva stressed that Everton would have to sell players this month if they wanted to make new signings, and although no names were mentioned, Tosun's future remains the subject of speculation.
According to the Liverpool Echo, the Merseysiders have placed a £20million price tag on the 27-year-old, who has scored seven goals in 31 appearances, and are willing to offload him if any clubs interested can meet their valuation.
The report also claims that Everton are understood to have fielded enquires from Premier League clubs to take both Tosun and Oumar Niasse on loan, but apparently the club wants permanent deals.
Here is how some Toffees fans reacted to the report on Twitter:
Shame. He’s not as bad as Niasse who simply has to go....— Chris Brookes (@doctordonothing) January 12, 2019
Amazing how many of our fan base think he's awful but are so tolerant of Niasse— Richard (@richmul84) January 12, 2019
Fan base loved him last season. Silva obviously doesn’t rate him which is a shame— Leigh Beach (@beachy4579) January 12, 2019
Be lucky to get 5mil— Matt Vicary (@Vicaz22) January 12, 2019
Another bad piece of business,— steve harding (@stevietoffee) January 12, 2019
He’s awful anything over £5M is a result— Matty (@Matthewwagon) January 12, 2019
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