Alex Nyarko is poised to leave Everton just four weeks after
re-joining the club following two years on-loan in France.
The Ghanaian international has flown to Hong Kong on his way to
China to speak to two clubs who may be interested in signing the
29-year-old on a temporary basis.
It is a clear indication that he may very well be surplus to
requirements at Goodison Park, though if any deal went through it
would last only until December.
Nyarko has spent time at Monaco and Paris St Germain since
vowing never to play for Everton again after the now infamous
Highbury incident in 2001.
He returned from France at the beginning of July positive about
his future with the Toffess and played in the pre-season friendlies
in Austria and at Rochdale.
But he was left out of the party that travelled to Scotland at
the weekend and his Everton comeback looks destined to be
"We have given Alex Nyarko permission to speak to a couple
of clubs in China," Everton's Head of Corporate Affairs
and PR, Ian Ross, told evertonfc.com.
"He has flown out to the Far East to meet with
representatives. We expect to learn within 2-3 days whether or not
he'll be joining either of them."