Liverpool will look to move on forward Divock Origi in the new year.
The Belgian international has not played a minute of first-team football so far this season after spending last year on loan at Bundesliga outfit VfL Wolfsburg.
It was widely expected that the former Lille man would be making a permanent exit in the Summer before the campaign kicked off, but no bidders would match the asking price slapped on the striker.
But Echo journalist James Pearce has said that the club are anticipating recouping around £20m for Origi when the winter transfer window opens in January.
And he has also stated that Everton are “understood” to be interested in doing a deal that would see Origi become the first Liverpool player to sign for the Goodison Park club since Gary Ablett way back in 1992.
It was being reported earlier this week in the Turkish press that Toffees boss Marco Silva was keen on doing a shock bit of business with Liverpool for the forward.
Origi has failed to impress manager Jurgen Klopp into giving him a chance so far this season and it looks like time is running out for him to extend his Anfield career.