Oumar Niasse is part of Marco Silva's plans at Everton.
The Blues' boss has confirmed he wants the Senegal striker in his squad this season - insisting Niasse offers something "different" to his other strikers.
Niasse has scored five goals in pre-season so far and came off the bench on Wednesday night to equalise against Bury.
Silva took the 28-year-old to Hull City on loan in early 2017 and though Niasse's future has looked uncertain under a succession of managers, the new Blues boss has confirmed he will play a part this season.
Fanatik report Everton striker Oumar Niasse is open to a move to Fenerbahce but the Senegalese doesn’t want to be loaned out again. The Turkish newspaper report Fenerbahce will face competition from Cardiff City to sign Niasse but the player will only move on a permanent basis.
Fenerbahce president Ali Koc is looking for an extended loan, but one which would also guarantee Everton a fee.
The Toffees are also reportedly looking to sell Niasse permanently, with the forward falling out of favour under Marco Silva. The former Hull City player started the season in Silva’s squad, but he hasn’t been involved in recent weeks.