Oumar Niasse in Liverpool and Ronald Koeman double dig after Everton locker saga

Former Everton striker Oumar Niasse has launched a cheeky two-pronged attack at both Liverpool and Ronald Koeman, who spectacularly fell out with the 30-year-old while managing the Toffees five years ago.

Niasse, who is currently a free agent, was reacting to his old club's 2-0 victory over the Reds at Anfield, ending a 22-year spell without a Premier League win on enemy turf in the process.

Goals from Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson sealed an impressive triumph for the high-flying Toffees, who went level on points with their cross-city rivals as a result.

Niasse posted to his Instagram story on Sunday evening mocking both Liverpool and Koeman after the latter, now in charge of La Liga giants Barcelona, saw his side fall to a resounding 4-1 defeat at the hands of Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Kylian Mbappe stole the show against the Catalan giants, scoring a hat-trick while Everton loanee Moise Kean was also on the scoresheet.

The Senegalese forward included a picture of Everton players celebrating after the final whistle at Anfield alongside a snap of Koeman at the Nou Camp, with the caption: "What a week."

The Dutch boss famously sparked a huge rift with Niasse in 2016 when he told the striker in no uncertain terms that he was no longer wanted at Goodison Park.

His decision to strip Niasse of his training ground locker and force him to train with the club's under-23 side angered the former Lokomotiv Moscow marksman, who revealed his displeasure in an interview with The Guardian at the time.

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  • "It’s sad, it’s really sad," explained Niasse. "And, to be honest, I think I don’t deserve this but what I can do is just keep my head and fight to change things.

    "I’m not going to make a drama over this, I just deal with it. I know it’s just one period."

    Koeman promptly hit back with a strong denial of the forward's allegations, claiming: "He did have a locker, there are a lot of stories."

    Niasse was then shipped out on loan twice to Hull City and Cardiff City respectively, before he was released by Everton last summer after making 43 appearances for the Merseyside club.

    The Toffees forked out £13.5million to secure his services in 2016 after impressing in Russia with Lokomotiv.

    He is now believed to be in talks with Championship side Huddersfield Town over the prospect of a free transfer to put an end to his eight-month spell without a club.

    The Terriers are still on the hunt for a new striker after reportedly seeing moves for Norwich City forward Josep Drmic and Ipswich Town's Kayden Jackson rejected on deadline day.

    Niasse has earned nine caps for Senegal over the course of his career, scoring three international goals for The Lions of Teranga.

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