Niasse set for Everton talks
Oumar Niasse says he will talk with parent club Everton about his future when his loan spell with Cardiff ends.
The Senegalese frontman has been unable to settle on Merseyside since joining from Lokomotiv Moscow in 2016.
He has made just 32 Premier League appearances for the Toffees, starting only 12 times, and doesn't appear to have much of a future at Goodison Park.
Everton were happy to send him on loan to Cardiff in January but Niasse has failed to impress and is without a goal in 11 league outings for the Bluebirds.
Niasse will enter the final year of his contract with Everton at the end of this season and he admits his future looks uncertain.
"I'm still an Everton player – I'm just on loan [at Cardiff]," Niasse told Star Sport.
"But my future we're going to decide at the end of the season. The end of the season is just six games to go and at the end of the season I'm going to have one year left with Everton.
"I will see openly what exactly the (club) is going to give to me."
Despite his struggles, it doesn't appear Niasse will be short of options if Everton do look to move him on, with reports claiming Besiktas and Fenerbahce are keen.
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