Mali defensive midfielder is available after being made surplus to requirements in Paris.
Everton and Queens Park Rangers are set to go head to head this summer in the race to sign unwanted Paris Saint-Germain midfield player Momo Sissoko, according to reports in the Daily Express.
The Mali international has only been with the Ligue 1 champions for the past two seasons now, having originally arrived in the French capital from Italian giants Juventus in July 2011 for an initial fee of 7 million euros.
However, after a debut campaign at the Parc des Princes that saw the 28-year-old feature in 28 matches in total in all competitions, scoring two goals in the process, Sissoko only played in seven games last season for the big-spending Parisians before being shipped out on loan back to Italy with Fiorentina.
The tough-tackling holding midfield player did not fare much better though in Florence, making just five appearances for the Serie A club in total, before being sent back to Paris at the end of the campaign.
And now it appears as though the former Valencia and Liverpool man has been told he has no future either with PSG, opening the door for a possible return to England next season, although both interested parties will first need to match Sissoko’s wage demands before any such deal can take place.