The Belgian winger featured as one of the best players at the Goodison Park last term, having netted seven goals in 29 appearances, but after complaining for not having joined the Spurs, his relationship with Roberto Martinez has deteriorated and Mirallas could only play 209 minutes during the current Premier League campaign.
The former Olympiacos man is now frustrated by lack of playing time and wants to join a club which can give him the chance to snatch a senior Belgium call-up for EURO 2016 since he was not among Marc Wilmots’ choices for the last two friendly games of the Diable Rouges.
Miralla’s profile fit perfectly with Sinisa Mihajlovic’s needs as the Serbian manager is in the hunt for some fast and skilled winger who can add creativity to his new 4-4-2 system. The player’s contract with Everton is set to expire in June 2018 and his price-tag is believed to be in the region of € 15 million.
Could Mirallas be the right reinforcement for the Diavoli’s flanks?