Everton winger Kevin Mirallas is reportedly subject of a £6 million move to Premier League club West Ham, as the Hammers look to seal a deal with the player, ahead of rivals Tottenham.
The Belgium international has enjoyed three seasons on Merseyside, scoring 12 goals in 88 appearances.
However a lack of silverware and frustration at being often played out of position has resorted to Mirallas reportedly seeking another club to ply his trade for.
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27-year-old Mirallas has frustrated Toffee's fans in the past with his inconsistent and frustrating displays, often resulting in either dazzling performances, or alternatively, and more consistently, a spree of disappointing spells. He has been criticised for going missing when Everton needs him most.
Starting his career at Lille, Mirallas, both pacy and deadly in front of goal, was signed as a centre forward for Greek side, Olympiakos and finished his first season winning the league and as second top scorer in the league, with a tally of 20 goals.
His impressive record saw him return 34 goals in 52 games and after two seasons, the Belgian secured a move to Merseyside.
However, never really settling into any form at Goodison Park, Mirallas had been tipped with moves to Spurs, Monaco, Manchester United and in Germany with Borussia Dortmund.
With a year left on his contract, it looks as if Mirallas may have played his last season with Everton; a move may be forced through within the coming days.
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