Everton are thought to be monitoring Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa's situation at Leicester City with a possible loan move for Musa in-case a recall from loan for Henry Onyekuru in January falls through, 90Minutesgoal.com reports.
A top source of the player told 90MinutesGoal that Musa has decided to move elsewhere once the transfer windows open in January as he is becoming increasingly frustrated with life at the King Power Stadium.
Also the source stated that 24-year-old Musa is aiming at getting his starting position back in the national team which he has lost to Moses Simon who plays for Belgian Pro League club KAA Gent.
The source said, Musa fears losing a place in the 23-man squad Nigeria's coach Gernot Rohr will take to the world Cup party in Russia due to the emergence of young and outstanding talents who are doing well in Europe, one of whom is Henry Onyekuru of Everton who is currently on loan at Anderlecht.
Musa is becoming frustrated with life in East Midlands as he has failed to nail a regular place in Leicester City after his big money (£16 million) move from Russian side CSKA moscow in 2016.
All efforts to form a formidable and fearsome strike partnership between Ahmed Musa and Jamie Vardy have failed; neither could Musa challenge Riyad Mahrez and Marc Albrighton for a place on the flank.