Winger Kevin Mirallas is reportedly 'fed up' at Everton.
According to Calcio Mercato, Everton winger Kevin Mirallas is frustrated at Goodison Park and is considering an exit, having been prevented from joining Tottenham over the summer.
Mirallas, 28, joined Everton from Olympiakos back in the summer of 2012, and has been a regular in the Toffees side ever since his arrival.
With 28 goals in 107 games for the club before this season, including 11 goals last term, Mirallas had been vital to Everton's attack, and had established himself as a regular in the Belgian national team setup.
However, he has been more of a bit-part player this season, starting just one Premier League game and just 210 minutes so far this term, becoming something of a misfit at Goodison Park.
With Gerard Deulofeu becoming a star under Roberto Martinez and Arouna Kone thriving when playing in from the left, there hasn't been any room for Mirallas to play on a regular basis.
Now, Calcio Mercato report that Mirallas is indeed 'fed up' at Goodison Park, and is unhappy that he has been cast aside after signing a new contract in August.
It's stated that Mirallas is also frustrated that he didn't get a summer move to Premier League rivals Tottenham, suggesting that he may regret his decision to sign that new contract, given how the last few months have panned out for the Belgian.
With a strong Belgian contingent at Spurs in Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Mousa Dembele and Nacer Chadli, it's no surprise that Mirallas would want a move to join Mauricio Pochettino's men, but the arrival of Son Heung-min and the improve performances of Erik Lamela make it incredibly unlikely that Spurs revisit any interest in Mirallas.
Calcio Mercato add that, in a bid to secure his place at Euro 2016 next summer, Mirallas could look to leave Everton in January, and Italian giants AC Milan are considering a move to lure him away from Merseyside - and a move to the San Siro may be very appealing for Mirallas.