Everton boss Marco Silva could look to reshuffle his goalkeeping department in the summer.

Jonas Lossl’s reportedly impending move to Everton, could cause the departures of both Joao Virginia and Maarten Stekelenburg from Goodison Park.

Foot Mercato claim that Everton are set to snap up Lossl on a free transfer, with Marco Silva bolstering his ranks.

And if Lossl does arrive on Merseyside then Stekelenburg and Virginia may have to move on.

Lossl would join Everton as back-up to Jordan Pickford, with Silva set to bolster his side’s goalkeeping options.

Stekelenburg was Everton’s back-up stopper over the past campaign, but he barely featured over the season.

Virginia, meanwhile, impressed with Everton’s under-23 side and Silva has high hopes for the Portuguese stopper.

However, Silva told the Liverpool Echo earlier this month that Virginia needed to be playing first-team football.

And if Lossl arrives at Everton, then it seems likely that Virginia will be given a chance to go out on loan, as his opportunities to play at the Toffees would be very limited.

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