Nigeria international Henry Onyekuru is generating transfer interest from top European clubs Juventus and Atletico Madrid, as per reports.
The Daily Mail is reporting that there is a possibility that Everton will sell the striker without him playing an official game for the club he joined in the summer transfer window, although it appears he is not eligible to be granted a work permit in England.
Onyekuru may be searching for his first goal in a European club competition after three games, but has been in the headlines for his performance against PSG on Wednesday and his brilliant start to his career at Anderlecht.
It cost Everton seven million pounds to acquire the Nigerian from Eupen and any club interested in signing him when the window opens will have to pay in the region of £15million (approximately N7.1 billion) for his services.
Atletico Madrid are scouring the market for a long-term replacement for Fernando Torres and Onyekuru is on their agenda.
The 20-year-old has more than four years left on his contract with Everton.