Everton need to get rid of some of their deadwood.
The Toffees finished 12th in the Premier League, a finish that will have disappointed almost everyone on Merseyside.
As Carlo Ancelotti prepares for his first summer transfer window in charge, then, new recruits are needed, but so too are departures.
There are players on the wage bill who simply haven’t justified their wages.
Take Gylfi Sigurdsson as one such example; he scored just two Premier League goals last season and registered a mere three assists.
Per Spotrac, he earns £5.2 million per year, or £100,000-per-week.
One has to wonder how the Toffees are justifying such wastage and another example comes in the form of Cenk Tosun.