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Everton 'to let Cenk Tosun return to Besiktas'

Everton are reportedly ready to sell striker Cenk Tosun back to Besiktas in January and replace him with former Manchester City forward Godsway Donyoh.

Everton are reportedly willing to sanction a return for striker Cenk Tosun to former club Besiktas during the January transfer window.

Tosun only joined the Toffees in January of this year for a £27m fee from the Turkish outfit, but he has struggled to make his mark at Goodison Park, scoring just seven times in 26 appearances across all competitions.

The 27-year-old was left out of the Everton team for Saturday's 3-1 win over Brighton & Hove Albion, with Richarlison leading the line and scoring two goals.

Fotomac reports that the Merseyside club have lost patience with Tosun and are ready to let him rejoin Besiktas when the transfer window reopens in January.

The report goes on to claim that Marco Silva wants to replace him with former Manchester City academy player Godsway Donyoh, who currently plays for FC Nordsjaelland in Denmark.

The 24-year-old Ghanaian has scored seven goals in 11 appearances so far this season, compared to just two in 12 for Tosun.

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