Talks with Iwobi come with Everton also in discussions with Jordan Pickford and Anthony Gordon over new contracts, as reported by the ECHO this week.
Frank Lampard’s side are trying to strengthen the team before the close of the transfer window on September 1 at 11pm.
Meanwhile, Forest have moved into 10th position in the standings as a result of their victory over West Ham United last weekend.
Footage emerged of the Manchester United star appearing to smash the phone out of a young fan’s hands.
Both clubs started the campaign with a defeat, Villa going down 2-0 at Bournemouth before Everton succumbed to a 1-0 scoreline against Chelsea.
The Toffees finished down in 16th position last season, only narrowly avoiding relegation to the Championship, while Chelsea were third, five points clear of fifth-place Arsenal in the battle for the Champions League spots.
Iwobi is returning to the United States, around one month after featuring for the national team in a friendly against Ecuador.
Richarlison has now become Tottenham’s fourth window signing, following Fraser Forster, Ivan Perisic and Yves Bissouma into the north London club.
The Nigerian and his Toffees head to the capital with the pressure firmly off after securing survival in dramatic fashion against Crystal Palace on Thursday night.
The Toffees were forced to settle for a point in a goalless stalemate with Watford in midweek, while the Bees most recently eased past Southampton 3-0.
The Hornets’ were relegated to the Championship after Saturday’s loss to Crystal Palace.
A humiliating defeat on the south coast means Ralf Rangnick’s side can no longer match the 64 points they achieved in the 2013/14 campaign as the German’s penultimate game in interim charge hit a new low.
The Foxes were eliminated from continental competition after a 1-0 second-leg semi-final loss to Roma, while the Toffees most recently won by the same scoreline against Chelsea.
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Frank Lampard’s men remain in the bottom three, but narrow the gap on both Burnley and Leeds to two points with a game in hand to come.
The Toffees went down 2-0 to Merseyside rivals Liverpool in last weekend’s derby, while the Blues had to settle for a 1-1 draw versus Manchester United in midweek.
But Nigeria international, Alex Iwobi is convinced that the team has the ingredients needed to successfully avoid relegation at the end of this season.
The Toffees’ day got off a terrible start even before a ball was kicked at Anfield as Burnley’s 1-0 win over Wolves dumped Everton into the relegation zone.
Fifteen places and 47 points separate the local rivals in the standings at the time of writing, with the Reds still challenging for the quadruple while Frank Lampard’s side scrap for their safety.
The 23-year-old Nigerian is considered one of the breakout stars of Serie A this season and has scored 16 times in 27 appearances for Napoli in the ongoing campaign.