Nigerian has been at the Bridge for less than a year now.
New Everton head coach Roberto Martinez is interested in bringing Chelsea midfield player Victor Moses to Goodison Park for next season, says the Sunday Mirror.
The skilful Nigeria international has only been at Stamford Bridge for just the one season, having signed for the west London club from Wigan Athletic for £9 million last August.
And in his debut campaign in the capital, the 22-year-old featured in 43 matches in all competitions for the Blues, scoring an impressive 10 goals, including one strike in his 23 Premier League appearances.
However, with new Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho having now taken over from ‘interim’ manager Rafa Benitez in the Blues hot seat, it is understood that the wide man could now be deemed surplus to requirements by the Uefa Europa League winners.
As a result, that could pave the way clear for Martinez, who coached Moses at the DW stadium, to make an audacious swoop for the winger.