09 January, 2018
The Belgium global arrived from Greece in August 2012 and was a regular in the Blues' team for much of his time at Goodison Park, but has found opportunities more hard to come by more recently.
And Everton have now allowed him to return to Greece with Olympiakos, the club he departed for Merseyside back in 2012.
However, the Belgian last featured for the Blues in Europa League group stage victory over Apollon Limassol early last month.
And three of those have come as a substitute.
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With Nikola Vlasic, Ademola Lookman, and Aaron Lennon ready to step into his minutes, Yannick Bolasie back from injury, and Sandro Ramirez on the fringes, the on-the-field difference between an Everton with or without Kevin Mirallas will be negligible.
He bagged 34 goals in 71 games during his first spell with the club. He's likely searching for more playing time in hopes to improve his chances of making Belgium's World Cup roster this summer.
The former Saint-Etienne star has 59 caps for his country.