Want-away misfit Kevin Mirallas could finally get his wish and is apparently on the verge of a permanent move out of Everton to rejoin Standard Liege.
Voetbal24 claim that Mirallas is on his way back to Belgium and back to where his career started in 1999 as a youth player.
Mirallas joined the Blues in 2012 and made an immediate impact before being crocked by Luis Suarez in the Goodison derby in his first season. Since then, he has often looked disinterested despite showing flashes of brilliance.
He has, however, never been taken back into the hearts of Evertonians following his penalty miss against West Brom, after demanding he take the spot kick and ushering away others.
Mirallas has often been vocal about leaving Everton but despite a couple of loan moves, and one-time interest from West Ham, no permanent deals have been forthcoming.
Now, at 31, Mirallas looks set to take a cut on his £70,000 a week deal that he signed in 2017 and leave Everton a year ahead of his contract expiring next June.
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