But the Croat did not score between 16 March 2013 and 4 January this year, when he netted twice on his first start since September as
Everton beat QPR in the FA Cup.
Before the transfer window opened, manager Roberto Martinez made it clear Jelavic could leave Goodison Park.
But his departure leaves the Spaniard short of senior strikers, with summer signing
Arouna Kone out
for a "long spell" with a knee injury.
Martinez has added
Republic of Ireland winger Aiden McGeady
to his squad but, with just Romelu Lukaku, Steven Naismith and Apostolos Vellios available, could be tempted to move for another forward this month.
Everton are fifth in the Premier League, a point and a place behind city rivals Liverpool.
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