The Echo reports that Arouna Kone's contract will be allowed to lapse this summer, freeing him to leave the club.
Kone is out of contract at the end of the season and will leave as part of an expected clearout of the Blues squad. Ronald Koeman is set to wield the axe on a number of the existing squad and Kone will be allowed leave on a free.
The 33-year-old came close to joining Crystal Palace on deadline day in January but the move fell through as the cut off point neared.
Kone wants to stay in the Premier League and the Liverpool Echo reports that a number of top-flight clubs have expressed an interest in signing the Ivorian.
Despite having played for Koeman at PSV Eindhoven, Kone has made only a handful of appearances for Everton this season. The former Wigan Athletic striker has been hampered by a fresh knee injury and has only been used on seven occasions.