Cenk Tosun is understood to be fully committed to Everton after turning down moves away from the club this month.
Tosun, who was on the bench against Crystal Palace on Saturday, is understood to have rejected offers from Turkey and Germany to remain in the Premier League.
Turkish-Football report that Tosun received offers from Besiktas and Schalke as well as several other Bundesliga sides, which he turned down.
The 28-year-old striker though is intent on proving his worth at Goodison Park and with another three years remaining on his contract and he is apparently settled into life in Liverpool with his wife and newly born son.
Tosun scored just four goals and provided three assists in 29 appearances for Everton in all competitions last term, but the arrival of Moise Kean could well have pushed him further down the pecking order.
The report from Turkey claims he has been informed by Marco Silva and Everton’s directors that he is free to leave but the player his eager to be successful in England.