By Alex Stevens
Everton are eyeing a January swoop for PSV Eindhoven winger Luciano Narsingh, according to a report.
The Sun claim manager Ronald Koeman is a big admirer of the 19-times-capped Holland international and is keen to take advantage of his contract situation as he chases a new right-winger.
Narsingh, 26, is out of contract at Dutch outfit PSV next summer and it is said that Everton could be tempted into making a low offer for the player in the January window.
Everton’s reported interest in Narsingh comes at a time when Koeman is ready to dispense with the services of wide duo Gerard Deulofeu and Aaron Lennon.
It is said that the Dutch manager is “unimpressed” with the wingers and is ready to sanction their departures, either permanently or on loan.
Narsingh, who joined PSV from Heerenveen in 2012, has scored three goals and supplied one assist in 19 appearances in all competitions this season for his club.
By contrast, Deulofeu, 22, is yet to score or register an assist in 10 Everton matches, while Lennon has been equally ineffective. The former Tottenham man, 29, has scored a single goal in 7 Everton games.
In other Everton transfer news, the club are at the centre of a January transfer scramble for a Premier League player with the release clause set at £25million.