Fenerbahce are preparing a summer transfer window swoop to sign Everton striker Cenk Tosun on a loan deal, making good use of the friendship between Toffees chairman Bill Kenwright and Yellow Canaries supremo Ali Koc.

Tosun joined Everton from Besiktas in January last year, but the 27-year-old has struggled to make a name for himself in English football over the last season-and-a-half.

Scoring just eight goals in 40 appearances for the Merseyside outfit, Tosun has become a bit-part player at Goodison Park and has started just nine Premier League games this season.

Everton are considering letting him go in the summer and it has been claimed the striker could return to Turkey ahead of the start of the 2019/20 campaign.

According to Turkish outlet Kral Spor, Fenerbahce are interested in taking Tosun back to Turkey during the summer transfer window.

President Koc is claimed to be good friends with Kenwright and Fenerbahce will use the relationship to place a loan offer on Everton's table to get their hands on Tosun.

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The striker could welcome a move back to Turkey, where he played regular football and scored consistently.

It remains to be seen whether the two clubs can come to an agreement for the loan move to take place in the coming months.