The news was first reported by Corriere Dello Sport (via Sport Witness) who claims that the Mexican has a request to join them from the Toffees.
Lozano has been in Naples for only a year but struggled to make an impact, scoring just three times after his PSV switch.
It is known that the 24-year-old is interested in Spain and England, and it seems as though Carlo Ancelotti, former Napoli manager, is interested in a meeting.
Recently, Mexico International was at the center of controversy after being told to leave a training session because of a lack of effort.
Considering the number of choices Everton has in large areas-Bernard, Theo Walcott, Alex Iwobi, and Co, this may not be a deal to tie up the Toffees.
This is especially if you already consider his record under Ancelotti. He scored only three goals after signing up for the Italian last summer and failed to register a solitary assist in 16 outings.
He is, however, a player with glowing reviews, earning superb praise from Football Director Marcel Brands.
The Dutchman scouted and then signed him from Mexico in 2017, saying at the time: “If you look at his playing style, without having to compare it, you know, Lozano has what Messi often has – a low to ground center of gravity, the ball is normally easily under control, very explosive and agile, and then the opponents immediately make mistakes.”
It was quite the statement to make but it’s easy to see where those kinds of comparisons are coming from.
Last term he scored 19 goals on his way to amassing 2.2 dribbles per league match.
It’s quite coincidental that Brands once talked so highly of him, but then it’s no wonder that he’s catching Everton’s attention right now.