By Will Butcher

Everton misfit Oumar Niasse is on the radar of Turkish giants Galatasaray after a lacklustre first campaign on Merseyside, according to a report.

The Senegalese striker was signed for £13.5million from Lokomotiv Moscow in January after scoring 13 goals in all competitions from 23 matches for the Russian club.

But he has failed to make the breakthrough at Everton and Turkish newspaper Fanatik have claimed that Niasse is unhappy at Goodison Park and is ready to leave.

The report claims that the 20-time SuperLig Champions are keeping close tabs on Niasse after being beaten by Everton to signing him in January.

The link to Galatasaray comes after new manager Ronald Koeman told the 26-year-old he had no future at Everton.

Niasse has failed to find the back of the net in an Everton shirt, and the striker, who has eight Senegal caps, is more than happy to leave.

The attacker, who has had spells in Norway and Turkey, was  alsoarrested in May on suspicion of assault after police were called to a house in the early hours of the morning.

Koeman is reportedly looking to secure a new striker at Everton this summer with the futures of star man Romelu Lukaku, Arouna Kone and Niasse all shrouded in doubt.

After missing out on a second reunion with Graziano Pelle, Koeman has been linked with a move for Manchester City’s Ivory Coast star Wilfried Bony.

In other Everton news, this Leicester chief has informed the Champions that he wants to leave and join Koeman’s revolution.