Boss Ronaldo Koeman has made it clear striker Oumar Niasse is not part of his plans at Everton.
Niasse only joined Everton in February, arriving on a four-and-a-half-year deal for £13.5million from Lokomotiv Moscow.
The Senegal international has since managed just 152 minutes of competitive football for the club and – along with winger Aiden McGeady – was not given a squad number for this season.
Koeman said ahead of the West Brom game on Saturday: “We made a fast decision about Niasse, and we made that fast decision about McGeady, and maybe one or two or three more.
“It will be very difficult for them to be part of the team. If Niasse likes to play football, then he needs to leave Everton.”